Monday, December 25, 2017

BJP government for sixth time in Gujarat, Vijay Rupani sworn in as chief minister

In Gujarat, BJP became the sixth consecutive government and as a Chief Minister Vijay Rupani took a second oath.

Vijay Rupani today took oath as the Chief Minister of Gujarat at a function organized in Gandhinagar. The celebration continues. Nitin Patel also took the oath of office of Deputy Chief Minister. PM Modi is also present on this occasion. Apart from them, Chief Ministers of BJP, including BJP National President Amit Shah, senior party leader LK Advani and Rajnath Singh, have also reached the function. Chief Ministers of Congress-ruled states have also joined Bihar's Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is also present.

Earlier, PM Modi was warmly welcomed at Ahmedabad Airport. At the same time he also shook hands and greeted the people. During this, a large number of party workers and supporters got to see the presence.

On the other hand, before taking oath as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Rupani accompanied her wife Anjali to visit the temple of Panchdev, where the two worshiped.

Let us tell you that this is the sixth government of BJP in the state and as a Chief Minister Roopani sworn in for the second time. State BJP President Jitu Waghani said that many Union Ministers and senior party leaders have also been invited. He said, 'The saints and gurus of different religions have also been invited by the party.

Apart from Governor OP Kohli, Rupani and Patel will also administer oath to six to nine members of the tribal level. About 15 MOSs may also take oath. Party sources said that most senior leaders of the previous government can take the oath of the Council of Ministers. Six ministers of the previous government were defeated in the assembly elections

The party has won 99 seats in the recently concluded 182-member Gujarat Assembly elections. In this election the BJP got 16 seats less than the 2012 elections. The Congress got 61 seats at that time. This time Congress has won 77 seats. Rupani and Patel were elected leader and deputy leader of BJP Legislature Party on December 22.

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