New Delhi, June 29 (ANI): Responding to a question on the possibility of a reshuffle in his Cabinet, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh today said it was a work in progress, but refused to divulge the details.
"I cannot predict," said Dr. Singh when asked whether a Cabinet reshuffle would take place soon.
The Prime Minister today met editors T N Ninan (Chairman, Business Standard), Raj Chengappa (editor-in-chief, Tribune), Kumar Ketkar (editor, Divya Marathi), Alok Mehta (editor, Nai Dunia) and M K Razdan (editor-in-chief and CEO, Press Trust of India) at his official 7 Race Course residence here.
He is expected to meet other regional and national editors over a period of time.
According to reports, there is the possibility of a Cabinet reshuffle as the current UPA Government is faced with a range of political crises involving corruption charges on many of the ministers.
The 2G spectrum scam, 2010 Commonwealth Games (CWG) scam and the Adarsh Housing Society scam have all put the present government on the back foot. (ANI)