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24 new ministers sworn in in Gujarat; Dutch to all the ministers in Rupani’s cabinet!

Political developments in Gujarat have gained momentum in the last few days. After Bhupendra Patel was sworn in as the Chief Minister, 24 new ministers were sworn in today. It is noteworthy that none of the ministers in Rupani’s cabinet have been given a place. So being surprised. A total of 24 MLAs were sworn in as ministers in Bhupendra Patel’s cabinet. Of these, 10 have been given cabinet ministerial posts and 14 have been given state ministerial posts.

The first cabinet meeting of the new cabinet will be held at 4.30 pm today in Gandhinagar, the Chief Minister’s Office said. Nima Acharya has been appointed as the Speaker of the Assembly. Rajendra Trivedi has resigned and taken oath as a minister. Former Chief Minister Vijay Rupani’s cabinet of 22 ministers has been shown the way out. This includes former Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel. This is likely to lead to internal squabbles within the party.

Minister

  • Rajendra Trivedi
  • Jitendra Waghani
  • Rishikesh Patel
  • Purnash Kumar Modi
  • Raghav Patel
  • Uday Singh Chavan
  • Mohanlal Desai
  • Kirit Rana
  • Ganesh Patel
  • Pradeep Parmar

Minister of State

  • Harsh Sanghvi
  • Jagdish Ishwar
  • Brijesh Merja
  • Jeetu Chaudhary
  • Manisha Vakil
  • Mukesh Patel
  • Nimisha Ben
  • Arvind Rayani
  • Kuber Dhindor
  • Kirti Vaghela
  • Gajendra Singh Parmar
  • Raghav Makwana
  • Vinod Marodia
  • Deva Bhai Malav

The swearing-in ceremony was scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. However, Rupani and former Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel were unhappy with the new cabinet. Therefore, from Wednesday morning till night, there was a commotion among the leaders. After that, the high command had left the responsibility of convincing the disgruntled leaders to Rupani. Those who were upset to see the swearing-in ceremony today have been shown outside.

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