Ex-IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to be Next Governor of Tamil Nadu?

Ravi Shankar Prasad, who was recently removed from the cabinet of the Modi government, can be made the Governor of Tamil Nadu? People are asking this question in large numbers on social media. Such news is running on some channels and news websites of Tamil Nadu. However, nothing has been said so far from the party or Ravi Shankar Prasad himself. At the same time, if sources are to be believed, former IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and former Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar will be given duty in the electoral states, giving them a big position in the organization.

Just before the recent cabinet expansion, people were taken by surprise when the news of the resignations of Ravi Shankar Prasad and Prakash Javadekar came. Political experts were also surprised by the resignation of two important cabinet ministers. However, since then it is being said that the party has relieved them of the responsibility of ministries for strengthening the organization. Meanwhile, since Saturday there has been speculation about Ravi Shankar Prasad being made the governor. Some news websites, including Telugu Bulletin, have reported that his appointment has been confirmed, but the official announcement is yet to be made. A large number of people are tweeting on Twitter too. However, this has not been confirmed from anywhere.

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Meanwhile, news agency ANI has reported, quoting sources, that Ravi Shankar Prasad and Prakash Javadekar may be given important responsibilities in the organization. BJP can give him the post of National General Secretary or Vice President. Apart from this, they can be given a duty in electoral states. Sources said that BJP President JP Nadda himself can announce this soon. Nadda had called a meeting of national secretaries at the party headquarters on Sunday. According to sources, a strategy has been prepared for the upcoming elections.

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