100 days later, what next?

New Delhi, Aug 30 (Inditop.com) With the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government having completed 100 days in office that many see as a mixed bag high on intent but not so high on delivery, attention is focussed on a possible cabinet reshuffle as well as a revamp of the All India Congress Committee.

Grapevine has it that Salman Khurshid, the minority affairs minister, and a sulking Srikant Jena, who initially refused to take charge as minister of chemicals and fertilizers, are likely to be upgraded.

Changes are afoot even in the Congress party with the “high command” – read 10, Janpath – hoping to usher in the one-man one-post principle. Ghulam Nabi Azad, Veerappa Moily, A.K. Antony, Prithviraj Chavan, who are all currently ministers in the union cabinet, may be divested of the state units they are in charge of.