Yesterday Rastrapati Bhawan had evidenced most awaited reshuffle of MODI cabinet. After completing 40% of his tenure it was expected that Prime Minister will bring some changes in his cabinet. Where 19 get the entry, 5 faces the exit route, few got promotions while some got demotions. With this reshuffle PM given clear message to ministers, that they will be rewarded only for their work and not for their controversies. It is evidenced that PM was not happy with the working of few ministers. The most surprising change is seen in HRD Ministry where Smriti Irani is replaced by Prakash Javadekar. It is being considered that Political stature of Smriti Irani have been sacked by PM as she invited lots of controversies being HRD Minister. It was alleged that she had mishandled JNU and Hyderabad university row. This reshuffle is also being done upcoming UP elections taking into consideration. Three MPs from UP got chance to reserve their seat in ministry.

Here a clear message given by PM to his ministers to not to take him for granted. Nobody even Arun Jaitely, Rajnath Singh and Shushma Swaraj, was aware of this massive changes. Early in the morning in cabinet meeting PM had instructed to the ministers to become sincere in their work. He said “You have few hours to celebrate, after that go back to your work immediately.”

After reshuffling the structure of central government is like this:

Prime Minister Nerendra Modi

 Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
 Department of Atomic Energy
 Department of Space

Cabinet Ministers

 Rajnath Singh: Home Affairs
 Sushma Swaraj:  External Affairs
 Arun Jaitely: Finance Corporate Affairs
— M Venkaiah Naidu: Urban Development Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation |Information & Broadcasting
— Nitin Jairam Gadkari: Road Transport and Highways Shipping
— Manohar Parrikar: Defence
— Suresh Prabhu: Railways
— D. V. Sadananda Gowda: Statistics & Programme Implementation
— Uma Bharati: Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation
— Najma A. Heptulla: Minority Affairs
— Shri Ramvilas Paswan: Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution
— Kalraj Mishra: Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises
— Maneka Sanjay Gandhi: Women & Child Development
— Ananth Kumar: Chemicals & Fertilizers | Parliamentary Affairs
— Ravi Shankar Prasad: Law & Justice | Electronics & Information Technology
— Jagat Prakash Nadda: Health & Family Welfare
— Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati: Civil Aviation
Anant Geete: Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
— Harsimrat Kaur Badal: Food Processing Industries
— Narendra Singh Tomar: Rural Development | Panchayati Raj | Drinking Water & Sanitation
— Chaudhary Birender Singh: Steel
— Jual Oram: Tribal Affairs
— Radha Mohan Singh: Agriculture & Farmers Welfare
— Thaawar Chand Gehlot: Social Justice and Empowerment
— Smriti Zubin Irani: Textiles
— Dr. Harsh Vardhan: Science & Technology | Earth Sciences
— Prakash Javadekar: Human Resource Development

Ministers of State

— Rao Inderjit Singh: Planning (Independent Charge) | Urban Development Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation
— Bandaru Dattatreya: Labour & Employment (Independent Charge)
— Rajiv Pratap Rudy: Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (Independent Charge)
— Vijay Goel: Youth Affairs and Sports (Independent Charge) | Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation
— Shripad Yesso Naik: AAYUSH (Independent Charge)
— Dharmendra Pradhan: Petroleum and Natural Gas (Independent Charge)
— Piyush Goyal: Power (Independent Charge) Coal (Independent Charge) New and Renewable Energy (Independent Charge) Mines (Independent Charge)
— Jitendra Singh: Development of North Eastern Region (Independent Charge) Prime Minister’s Office Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Atomic Energy Department of Space
— Nirmala Sitharaman: Commerce and Industry (Independent Charge)
— Mahesh Sharma: Culture (Independent Charge) Tourism (Independent Charge)
— Manoj Sinha: Communications (Independent Charge) Railways
— Anil Madhav Dave: Environment, Forest and Climate Change (Independent Charge)
— General V. K. Singh: External Affairs
— Santosh Kumar Gangwar: Finance
— Faggan Singh Kulaste: Health & Family Welfare
— Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi: Minority Affairs | Parliamentary Affairs
— SS Ahluwalia: Agriculture & Farmers Welfare | Parliamentary Affairs
— Ramdas Athawale: Social Justice & Empowerment
— Ram Kripal Yadav: Rural Development
— Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary: Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises
— Giriraj Singh: Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises
— Hansraj Gangaram Ahir: Home Affairs
— G M Siddeshwara: Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
— Ramesh Chandappa Jigajinagi: Drinking Water & Sanitation
— Rajen Gohain: Railways
— Parshottam Rupala: Agriculture & Farmers Welfare | Panchayati Raj
— MJ Akbar: External Affairs
— Upendra Kushwaha: Human Resources Development
— Radhakrishnan P: Road Transport & Highways | Shipping
— Kiren Rijiju: Home Affairs
— Krishan Pal: Social Justice & Empowerment
— Jasvantsinh Sumanbhai Bhabhor: Tribal Affairs
— Sanjeev Kumar Balyan: Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation
— Vishnu Deo Sai: Steel
— Sudarshan Bhagat: Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
— Y S Chowdary: Science & Technology | Earth Science
— Jayant Sinha: Civil Aviation
— Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore: Information & Broadcasting
— Babul Supriyo: Urban Development Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation
— Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti: Food Processing Industries
— Vijay Sampla: Social Justice & Empowerment
— Arjun Ram Meghwal: Finance | Corporate Affairs
— Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey: Human Resource Development
— Ajay Tamta: Textiles
 Krishna Raj: Women & Child Development
— Mansukh L. Mandaviya: Road Transport & Highways, Shipping, Chemicals & Fertilizers
— Anupriya Patel: Health & Family Welfare
— CR Chaudhary: Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution
— P P Chaudhary: Law & Justice Electronics & Information Technology
— Subhash Ramrao Bhamre: Defence