For the first time in a long time, the Indian government has decided to remove 12 members of the Indian cabinet, including the Indian health minister. The move comes after the outbreak of the third wave of Covid-19 in India, which marked the deadliest time in the country’s history. The poor management of India’s cabinet caused large numbers of Indian citizens to die from the disease. To lose.
Meanwhile, following the deadly outbreak of the Covid 19 epidemic in India earlier this year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ousted 12 cabinet ministers, including the Minister of Health, on Wednesday (July 16th). Following the deadly outbreak of coronavirus in India in April and May this year, the health sector could not provide services, bedding, oxygen, and medicine across the country; the country’s health minister, Hris Wardhan, was particularly criticized.
Just weeks before the disaster, Mr. Wardahan had said that India was in the final stages of an epidemic, but the death toll from Covid 19 in India, which had risen to 160,000 from the start of the outbreak to the end of March this year, had been increased in three months. It has reached more than 400,000 people. The removal of 12 ministers at once is part of a reshuffle in the cabinet of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of state elections in seven Indian states. Most of the nominees to replace the 12 ministers are from Mr. Modi’s ruling Baha’i party, whose presence in the cabinet could play a key role in India’s 2022 state elections.
One of the ousted ministers is Shankar Parsad, India’s Minister of Information and Technology, but it has not been saying what the reason for his dismissal was.