Who is the new Chief Minister of Gujarat? Punctuation; Sealed in the name of Bhupendra Rajinikanth Patel!

After the sudden resignation of former Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Saturday, discussions were rife in political circles. Why did Rupani resign? While giving many reasons for this, Bhupendra Rajnikant Patel was unanimously elected as the Chief Minister of Gujarat in a long meeting held today. Bhupendra Patel has been elected to the Legislative Assembly from Ghatlodia constituency.

In the form of Bhupendra Patel, the post of Chief Minister of Gujarat has gone to the Patidar community. Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel was also keen on the post. However, he has been ousted and sealed in the name of Bhupendra Patel. Earlier, when Anandiben Patel resigned as Chief Minister in August 2016, there was talk that Nitin Patel would take his place. But even then, Rupani was chosen to replace him.

Vijay Rupani will be succeeded by Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, Agriculture Minister R. C. The names of Faldu, as well as Union Ministers Purushottam Rupala and Mansukh Mandvi were in the discussion.

Who is Bhupendra Patel?

Bhupendra Patel is an MLA from Ghatlodia constituency in Gujarat. He is also the Chairman of the Standing Committee of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation. In particular, who will come after Vijay Rupani as the Chief Minister? Bhupendra Patel’s name was nowhere in the discussion. Therefore, just as Vijay Rupani abruptly resigned as the Chief Minister, so has Bhupendra Patel’s name suddenly emerged in the race for the Chief Minister’s post! In the assembly elections held in 2017, Bhupendra Patel had won by a margin of 1 lakh 17 thousand votes. This was the largest difference of votes in the entire Gujarat in the 2017 elections

Referring to RSS, the Congress leader said that the ‘main reason’ for Rupani’s resignation was

While resigning, Vijay Rupani said…!

“I have tendered my resignation as the Chief Minister of Gujarat to the Governor,” Rupani told reporters after meeting Governor Acharya Devvrat on Saturday. Along with party in-charge Bhupendra Yadav, Union Minister Purushottam Rupala and Mansukh Mandvi, Rupani met the governor and handed over his resignation letter. “I was given the opportunity to serve the state for five years. I have contributed to the development of the state. Now I will follow the orders of the party, “said Rupani. “I am grateful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for giving an ordinary activist like me the opportunity to serve the people of the state as the Chief Minister,” he said.

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