News Desk, Technicalguruji, Ahmedabad
Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Wed, 15 Sep 2021 07:47 PM IST
The swearing-in of new CM Bhupendra Patel’s cabinet in Gujarat has been postponed for the time being. Meanwhile, it is being told that Bhupendra Patel wants a change in the entire cabinet, about which many party leaders are said to be unhappy and for this reason the swearing-in of the first ministers was to be held in the afternoon, which has been postponed till tomorrow.
Vijay Rupani, Bhupendra Patel and Nitin Patel
– Photo : Technicalguruji
hear the news
Many leaders including Rupani, Nitin Patel angry
According to the information, former Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, current Deputy CM Nitin Patel and Minister Bhupendra Singh Chudasama are said to be angry with this decision of Bhupendra Patel. It is also being said that Deputy CM Nitin Patel can be included in the cabinet only as a minister, which is likely to increase the mutual conflict in the party.
Considering removing almost all ministers, many MLAs reached Rupani’s house
According to information received from BJP sources, removal of more than 90 percent of the ministers is being considered. There will be only one or two ministers who will be made ministers again. Tension has started within the party regarding this. Many MLAs are reaching former CM Rupani’s house. These include Ishwar Patel, Ishwar Parmar, Bachu Khabar, Vasan Ahir, Yogesh Patel.
New ministers of Gujarat will take oath today: BJP spokesperson
At the same time, the party’s state spokesperson Yamal Vyas said that the names of the new ministers have not been announced yet, these ministers will take oath after 2 pm in the capital Gandhinagar.
The cabinet may be something like this
There is speculation that Patel will induct many new faces in his cabinet and that many old leaders may have to clear space for younger leaders. Also, many women can also get a place. Along with setting the caste equation, there is a strategy to give special attention to leaders of good image in the cabinet.
#Gujarat #ministers #sworn #tomorrow #Claim #veterans #previous #cabinet