Ministers Evaluated 'Positive' And 'Negative' Ahead Of Third Cabinet Reshuffle

| September 1 , 2017 , 18:44 IST

As the BJP government gears up for their third cabinet reshuffle on Sunday, the government has evaluated minsters' term in just two classes, positive and negative, say reports.

An excel sheet was prepared of the ministers classified as 'positive' and 'negative' based on their work, which was submitted to the Prime Minister and BJP national president Amit Shah.

All the ministers were graded in the list equally, BJP and allies alike.

The ministers' pro-activity and role in taking out party's goals like Sankalp Yatra, Tiranga Yatra and Teen Saal Bemisaal are also a big determiner in their performance review.

The ministers who fall under the 'negative' list are expected to be replaces or shifted to another ministry.

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Most notable,  Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, who saw massive criticism over the recent train derailments and CAG reports of poor quality and service, is expected to be shifted to another department, say sources.

Radha Mohan Singh and Giriraj Singh are other major names to be left out or shifted to another ministry.

The third reshuffle of the union council of ministers headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take place on Sunday morning.

Ahead of the reshuffle, Minister of State for Skill Development Rajeev Pratap Rudy had on Thursday night resigned from the Union Council of Ministers, while several others are believed to have offered to resign.

At least 4 other central ministers quit on Thursday, including minister of state for health Faggan Singh Kulaste, minister of state for agriculture and food processing Sanjiv Balyan, water resources minister Uma Bharati and minister of state for human resource development Mahendra Nath Pandey to pave way for the new cabinet.