Most of them are boasting of their achievements, while many are lobbying hard to get accommodated in the party organization. They have also started to vacate their offices.

Union Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh threw farewell party at his office in Krishi Bhawan. The core member of Team Rahul campaigned hard for party candidates in Andhra Pradesh.

Whereas his junior minister Pradeep Jain returned Delhi soon after completion of elections in Jhansi on April 30. He cleared many necessary documents and sought information from his personal staff about their next appointments. Though Jain is confident of his victory, his staff disagrees with him.

Union Minister Sharad Pawar will quit office on the eve of counting of votes on May 16 when he will present data of his decade long tenure as Agriculture Minister. Though Pawar has not contested Lok Sabha polls this time around, the Maratha shatrap has made all out efforts to ensure victory of his party candidates in Maharashtra. He has already accommodated his personal staff before the elections, while his deputy Tariq Anwar is busy with election campaign in Bihar.

The disposal of unnecessary documents in Food Minister KV Thomas’s office is on full swing, while Coal Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal has already scrutinized the documents in his office. Sources said that the necessary documents have been taken out from the offices of Union Ministers.

(JPN/Bureau)

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