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The UK government cabinet will be expanded today, so many ministers will be sworn in

New Delhi: After the formation of the new government in Bihar, work was done quickly regarding the cabinet. After long discussions, Nitish’s firm was chosen and the list was also prepared. After everything is final, today the ministers of the Nitish cabinet will be sworn in. Let us tell you that recently Nitish Kumar left the NDA and formed a new government with the support of the Grand Alliance. According to the information received, the minister will be sworn in at 11:30 this afternoon. According to reports, Awadh Bihari Chaudhary will become the speaker. In the cabinet (Bihar Cabinet), the ministers of the RJD will be the most numerous, then of the JDU and then of the Congress.

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  • Uproar at the Congressional Office
  • A post to Jitan Ram Manjhi
Uproar at the Congressional Office

As soon as the list was prepared, some congressional leaders expressed their displeasure. Let us tell you, only two congressional cabinet ministers will be included in Nitish’s cabinet, after which some MPs would be angry. There was also a row in the Congress office in Patna over this. In the midst of all this, preparations for the swearing in have also begun. Suffice to say that on this occasion, preparations are continuing to manufacture hundreds of kilos of laddus in Maner.

A post to Jitan Ram Manjhi

Jitan Ram Manjhi, who was running for two cabinet posts, reportedly won a ministerial post. It is said that on the side of Hindustani Awam Morcha, there will be Santosh Kumar Suman, son of Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, who was also a minister in the previous government. Other parties including the CPI(ML) will not join the government but will continue to support Nitish.

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