BJP state heads to meet Shah on June 13 to discuss organisational polls.
The list includes the contentious triple talaq bill, and amendment bills on Jammu and Kashmir reservation, Aadhaar laws, Companies Act and Indian Medical Council Act.
While BSP chief has kept the door open for continuing the alliance, she will try to look for new vote banks as she did before the 2007 assembly election.
If one goes by seniority in number of Lok Sabha terms among the 303 BJP MPs, Maneka Gandhi, with eight terms, is the senior most.
Party will also have to find replacements for some ministers in BJP-ruled states as well as for MLAs.
PM Modi has now virtually made Amit Shah the next most powerful minister by giving him home ministry.
Jagat Prakash Nadda, health minister in the previous government, is the front-runner for the post.
Modi's decision to bring Shah in his cabinet signals that he will now play a crucial role in the government, effectively the go-to man for the prime minister, several party leaders believe.
Shiv Sena and JDU are likely to be given one Cabinet minister and one minister of state. Apna Dal leader Anupriya Patel, RPI (A) head Ramdas Athavale are also likely to be retained.
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee likely to attend swearing-in ceremony of the Modi ministry tomorrow.
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