Modi 2.0: No Suresh Prabhu, Jayant Sinha in the cabinet

Modi 2.0: No Suresh Prabhu, Jayant Sinha in the cabinet
New Delhi, May 30 (IANS) In his famous style of shock and distrust, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has retired key parliamentarians and ministers of the previous NDA government as Suresh Prabhu, Jayant Sinha, and Manoj Sinha.

Prabhu had key ministries such as Commerce and Industry and Civil Aviation and earlier in his tenure, he was also Minister of Railways.

However, following a series of railway accidents, Lord has moved from rail to commerce and industry with many thoughts as a degradation.

Prabhu had taken responsibility for the derailment of the Kalinga Utkal Express train near Khatauli, in the Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh.

He was also responsible for the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Prabhu, which has also been closely supervised by the regional connectivity scheme (RCS) of the Modi government and has been credited with the fact that some small cities are on the aviation map.

As a trade minister, he has successfully invested a check in the current account deficit

A member of the upper house, Rajya Sabha, Prabhu was also a minister in the Vajpayee government.

Trained as a public accountant, Prabhu was the blue-eyed boy of the late Shiv Sena Supreme Balasahab Thakre and enjoyed Vajpayee's trust.

Not only Lord but also his colleague Jayant Sinha in Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, which houses the Ministry of Civil Aviation, did not find a place in the new cabinet.

In addition, the high profile, the Minister of Communications (Independent Office) and the Minister of State (MoS) for the Railways in the previous government, Manoj Sinha also withdrew.


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