New Delhi: Ahead of the fifth Cabinet reshuffle by the Manmohan Singh government, India Against Corruption (IAC) leader Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said the exercise is futile. Kejriwal said that the Congress is playing musical chairs. "Congress is playing musical chairs with portfoliios. It won't help the country," said Kejriwal.
Kejriwal questioned the government's decision to move Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid to another ministry in light of the NGO funds controversy. "Salman Khurshid is Law Minster today. He is likely to be the External Affairs Minister. Did he fail as a Law Minister or did he he do such a good job that he is made the external affairs Minster. This is the internal politics of UPA and Congress. It is not going to help in nation," alleged Kejriwal.
The Manmohan Singh Cabinet is set for a major makeover on Sunday. This is expected to be the last big Cabinet reshuffle before the 2014 General Elections, and this time, the theme privileges young blood over the old guard.