Bihar: Two deputy CMs trying to balance caste, the promise made to Nitish was also kept


The BJP, which emerged as a big brother in the Bihar elections, has given a message to strengthen political ground in the state with a new attitude and new culture. The BJP has fallen heavily on the JDU by making more ministers than two deputy CM JDU and most importantly the speaker with its quota. At the same time, the ethnic balance was also created. Now all eyes are on the distribution of portfolios of ministers.

BJP fulfills the promise of pre-election by sitting Nitish in the Chief Minister's chair

The real challenge before the BJP was not even the JDU's team. Therefore, the script for a comprehensive change was prepared this time. For this, many rounds of mediation were done at the central level. The BJP first decided to disband the ten-year-old pair of Nitish Kumar and Sushil Modi to give a message of change.

Even though Sushil Modi is the tallest leader in the state of the world, the BJP's image would remain of JDU's B team while in government. Therefore, it was decided to exclude him from state politics and give responsibility to the center. Now Sushil will get a new job.

Focus on Backward, Extremely Backward, Women, Dalits, and Next

If you look at the new cabinet carefully, the BJP's social engineering strategy is clearly visible in it. The party has given a message to the OBCs through two deputy CMs. Specifically, messages have been given somewhere through Renu Devi. Renu is the first deputy CM of the Backward Classes along with the first woman deputy CM in the state. Manpreet Paswan has been given a place to practice the Dalit class, while Jeeves Mishra and Mangal Pandey have been given a place to practice Bhumihar and Brahmin in the front.