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Chief Minister Kamal Nath's ‘big responsibility’ to keep everyone happy

Thursday - December 27, 2018 2:15 pm , Category : BHOPAL
Does Kamal Nath miss in the cabinet formation?
Does Kamal Nath miss in the cabinet formation?

10 Lok Sabha parliamentary constituencies ‘ignored’ in the Kamal Nath Cabinet

DEC 27 (WTN) - After a gap of more than 15 years in Madhya Pradesh, the Congress could form the government with the support of BSP, SP and independent MLAs, and after the forming the government, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has constitute his cabinet. Chief Minister Kamal Nath has done his best to keep regional, caste and factionalism equation while formation of the Cabinet so that there should not be 'anger' after the formation of the cabinet and the government can run smoothly. It can be said that Kamal Nath has done his best job, but from the perspective of the Lok Sabha elections, Kamal Nath can’t be ‘reconciled’ in his ministry.

If we have a look at the representation of the 28 ministers of Kamal Nath cabinet by Lok Sabha seats point of view, then the representation of 10 Lok Sabha constituencies in the Kamal Nath Cabinet has been neglected, while some parliamentary constituencies represent two ministers. According to information from the sources, 'protest' has been started within the party and its 'disadvantage' may have to be faced by the Congress in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
 
Chief Minister Kamal Nath has 28 ministers and there assembly constituencies are in different 16 parliamentary constituencies, but in the Kamnath cabinet, there is no minister from Morena, Damoh, Satna, Shahdol, Khajuraho, Hoshangabad, Ujjain, Mandsaur, Khandwa and Ratlam-Jhabua parliamentary constituencies. At the same time, there is no minister from the Rewa parliamentary constituency as well, because there is no wining MLA of Congress from Rewa parliamentary constituency.

If we talk about the Chhindwara parliamentary constituency, so the Congress has won all the seven seats here, but there is no minister from here, but as you know that the Chhindwara is said to be the stronghold of Chief Minister Kamal Nath's and the he will contest to be MLA from Chhindwara district, so as he is the Chief Minister, so his representation can be considered from this parliamentary constituency.

If we look at those parliamentary constituencies form where there is no any minister who represents the Kamal Nath cabinet; in many of those parliamentary constituencies, Congress had won more than half seats. For example, Congress candidates have won seven of the eight seats in the Morena parliamentary area, while the four seats out of eight seats in Damoh parliamentary constituency. Congress won two out of seven seats of Satna, four out of eight seats in Shahdol, two out of eight seats in Khajuraho, three out of eight seats in Hoshangabad, all seven seats in Chhindwara, five out of eight seats in Ujjain, and only one seat out of eight in Mandsaur, four out of eight seats in Khandwa and five out of the eight assembly seats of Ratlam-Jhabua parliamentary constituency.

If assembly seats of these parliamentary constituencies are analyzed, so the Congress won the 7 seats out of 8 seats in Morena parliamentary constituency but there is no representation from Morena parliamentary constituency in Kamal Nath cabinet. The Congress candidate won 5 out of 8 seats in Ujjain and Ratlam-Jhabua parliamentary constituencies while the Congress won 4 of the 8 seats in Damoh, Shahdol and Khandwa constituencies, but still the winning Congress candidates could not be a part of Kamal Nath cabinet.

It is being said that after making regional, cast and factional balances, Kamal Nath had no scope to give any place to anyone else in his cabinet.It is also being said that in the Lok Sabha seats where the Congress is weak, there has been a greater focus, or it may be that in view of the urban body elections to be held next year, Congress focused more on Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur and Gwalior and give more representation to these parliamentary constituencies.

Well, a skilled and clever player of politics, Kamal Nath, must have formed his own cabinet by well thinking, so let’s wait for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections result, then we can observe Kamal Nath’s cabinet formation game plan, let’s see what will be the result of those parliamentary constituencies where there is no minister representation in Kamal Nath cabinet.