In Gujarat, a new cabinet headed by Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel was sworn in. 24 new ministers have been sworn in. It is noteworthy that none of the ministers in the Rupani cabinet were given a place in the cabinet. Also, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, who says no one can take me out, has been shown the way out. Therefore, in the next few days, the picture is that political developments in Gujarat will accelerate. After the resignation of Vijay Rupani, discussions were going on about who will be the next Chief Minister. Some of the leading names included Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel. However, out of Nitin Patel and other leaders, Bhupendra Patel won. He was expecting to remain in the ministry after the resignation of the Chief Minister. However, Nitin Patel did not get a place in Bhupendra Patel’s cabinet.
“As long as I am in the hearts of my people, voters and activists, no one can throw me out. I’m not upset. I have been working in BJP since I was 18 and will continue to work. Whether I get a position in the party or not, I will continue to serve as long as I am in the party. I don’t care what people say. Bhupendra Bhai is ours. He invited me to inaugurate his office as MLA. They are my friends. I don’t care what people say or think. My existence is not in danger because of you, ”he told the crowd.
Bhupendra Patel, MLA from Ghatlodia, Gujarat, was sworn in as the 17th Chief Minister of Gujarat. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel belongs to the Patidar community. It is being said that BJP has given the responsibility on the shoulders of Akhat Patel before next year’s assembly elections. In the 2017 Assembly elections, BJP has won 99 out of 182 seats. The Congress has won 77 seats.