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Live Updates : Bhupendra Patel will take oath as the 17th CM of Gujarat today, meets Deputy CM Nitin Patel before the swearing-in ceremony

Live Updates : गुजरात के 17वें सीएम के तौर पर आज शपथ लेंगे भूपेंद्र पटेल, शपथ ग्रहण समारोह से पहले डिप्‍टी CM नितिन पटेल से की मुलाकात

Bhupendra Patel Oath Ceremony: First-time MLA Bhupendra Patel was unanimously elected the leader of the BJP Legislature Party here on Sunday. BJP sources said he would be administered the oath of chief minister at 2:20 pm on Monday.

Bhupendra Patel will take oath as the Chief Minister of Gujarat today.

Two days after Vijay Rupani’s resignation from the state’s top post a few months before the assembly elections, Bhupendra Patel (Bhupendra Patel) Will take oath as the Chief Minister of Gujarat (Gujarat new Cm) on Monday i.e. this afternoon. Bhupendra Patel, who has been made the new Chief Minister of Gujarat, is going to take oath at 2.20 pm today. Two days later, the cabinet ministers will be administered the oath.

BJP sources said that Home Minister Amit Shah himself is going to be a part of this oath ceremony. They are reaching Ahmedabad today at 12.30 pm. Patel is believed to have a strong influence in the Patidar community in Gujarat, which the BJP has groomed to win the upcoming elections.

Gujarat latest Updates: Deputy CM Nitin Patel congratulated Bhupendra Patel

Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister and BJP leader Nitin Patel said that Bhupendra Patel is my old family friend. I congratulated them. We will be happy to see him taking oath as CM. He has also sought my guidance when needed. At the same time, he said on the question of displeasure of not being made CM, I am not at all angry if the new Chief Minister is not elected. I have been a BJP worker from Jan Sangh till today and will remain.. Whether there is any place or not, he will It is not a big deal to get the love and respect of the people, that is the big thing.

Bhupendra Patel met Deputy CM Nitin Patel before taking oath

State’s nominated Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel met Deputy Chief Minister and BJP leader Nitin Patel in Ahmedabad. Bhupendra Patel will take oath as the 17th Chief Minister of Gujarat this afternoon.

Other ministers will be administered oath later

First-time MLA Bhupendra Patel was unanimously elected the leader of the BJP Legislature Party here on Sunday. BJP sources said he would be administered the oath of chief minister at 2:20 pm on Monday. Sources said only Patel would take oath at Monday’s swearing-in ceremony and the rest of the ministers would be administered the oath later.

Vijay Rupani, who resigned from the chief minister’s post on Saturday, proposed to elect Patel as the leader in the legislature party meeting today, after which Bhupendra Patel’s name was announced.

First time MLA, never even a minister

Patel was not even a minister in the state government before, just as Prime Minister Narendra Modi had never been a minister before becoming the Chief Minister of Gujarat 20 years ago. Modi was sworn in as Chief Minister on 7 October 2001 and was elected MLA on 24 February 2002 by winning the by-election to Rajkot assembly seat. BJP sources said that most of the 112 BJP MLAs in the 182-member assembly were present in the meeting.

Journey from municipal level leader to the top post in state politics

According to a political analyst, the name of one-time MLA Bhupendra Patel was nowhere in the names that were being speculated for the chief minister in the political circles. Patel is known to be a soft-spoken activist who has risen from a municipal level leader to a top post in state politics.

Patel had contested and won for the first time from Ghatlodiya seat of the state in the 2017 assembly elections. He defeated Shashikant Patel of Congress by over one lakh votes, the biggest margin of victory in that election.

Patel, who holds a diploma in civil engineering, is considered close to former chief minister Anandiben Patel. Anandiben had won the 2012 elections from this seat.

Bhupendra is close to former CM and UP Governor Anandiben Patel

Patel, fondly called ‘Dada’ among his supporters, is considered close to Anandiben Patel, former Gujarat chief minister and Uttar Pradesh governor. The assembly constituency he represents is part of the Gandhinagar Lok Sabha seat, from where Union Home Minister Amit Shah is an MP.

After being elected the legislature party leader, Patel said he was grateful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP president JP Nadda and Shah for reposing so much trust in him. He said that he was also grateful for the trust reposed in him by the Gujarat leadership including outgoing Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, CR Patil and other leaders.

While Bhupendra Patel hails from the influential Patidar community, Rupani (65), popularly known as ‘Bhai’ among his supporters, belongs to the Jain community, who resigned from his post on Saturday, nearly a year and a half before the state assembly elections. Was. Elections to the 182-member Gujarat assembly are to be held in December next year.

Rupani was the fourth chief minister to step down in BJP ruled states

Rupani is the fourth chief minister to step down in BJP-ruled states during the coronavirus pandemic. He took oath as the Chief Minister of the state for the second time in December 2017. Rupani became the Chief Minister for the first time on August 7, 2016. He took over the post after the resignation of the then Chief Minister Anandiben Patel. He took over the reins of the state for the second time after the victory of the BJP in the 2017 assembly elections.

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