The BJP is working hard to get ready for its national executive conference, which will discuss the strategy for both the Lok Sabha and this year's state elections. On the other hand, this month has seen a rise in the rumours of a reorganisation of the Union Council of Ministers. The effectiveness of the ministers and the political requirements of the ruling party make this transition likely to occur.
During his first term, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended and reshuffled his Council of Ministers three times. In contrast, during his second mandate, he has only done it once, in July 2021. Although there hasn't been an official announcement in this respect, insiders claimed that a reshuffle might occur at any time before the start of Parliament's budget session on January 31. The BJP executive meeting will take place from January 16 to 17 in Delhi.
Given that there are only 15 months until the Lok Sabha elections, this will likely be the final reorganisation. Emerging political dynamics in large states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, and Telangana might also significantly influence the reshuffle in such a situation. Similar to this, there is speculation about possible changes to the party's structure.