Monday, 18 October 2021

Bhupendra Patel new state cabinet of Gujarat

Bhupendra Patel new state cabinet of Gujarat

Bhupendra Patel, Gujarat's chief minister, will keep the home ministry while Kanubhai Desai allocated the finance portfolio. There is no deputy CM in the new Cabinet panel. On Thursday, 24 new ministers took the oath to form a brand new Cabinet for Gujarat, and the chief minister held the first meeting of his new Cabinet on Thursday. Besides home ministry, the chief minister will have the General Administration Department, Information and Broadcast, Industries, Mines and Minerals, Capital Projects, Urban Development, Urban Housing, and Narmada and Ports, an official release said, PTI reported.

While the portfolio is being distributed among the new ministers, the Gujarat Cabinet holds many surprises as no Vijay Rupani's Cabinet has accommodated the latest minister. On Thursday, As many as 21 of the 24 MLAs who took oath are first-time ministers, and the new induction also including two women. He is a minister for the first time.

Bhupendra Patel new state cabinet of Gujarat 1image from Twitter :@Bhupendrapbjp

Read More :Bhupendra Patel to be new Chief Minister of Gujarat

Here is all you need to know about the new ministers of the Bhupendra Patel Cabinet

Rajendra Trivedi

Jitu Vaghani

Rushikesh Patel

Purnesh Modi

Raghavji Patel

Kanubhai Desai

Kiritsinh Rana

Naresh Patel

Pradip Parmar

Arjun Singh Chauhan

Ministers of state (independent charge)

Harsh Sanghvi

Jagdish Panchal

Brijesh Merja

Jitu Choudhary

Manisha Vakil

Ministers of state

Mukesh Patel

Nimisha Suthar

Arvind Raiyani

Kuber Dindor

Kirtisinh Vaghela

Gajendrasinh Parmar

R C Makwana

Vinod Moradia

Deva Malam

Bhupendra Patel's elevation — the first from the Patidar sub-group to be a chief minister — is key to BJP's plans to woo the Kadva Patidar community, which some political observers feel, has drifted away from the Party.

Making him, the CM is seen as an attempt by BJP to woo the Patidars ahead of the 2022 election and retain Gujarat's grip, which has been under its rule for over two decades.

Follow Us

Popular Post