Vijay Rupani as CM and Nitin Patel as Deputy CM has finally taken the oath in Gujarat today. Vijay Rupani once again became the Chief Minister of Gujarat after the series of controversies, melodramas and slander. Gujarat election has marked neck to neck fight between Congress and BJP party. Today, Vijay Rupani has become the Chief Minister of Gujarat once again. It is the sixth time when BJP is set to hold the rule in Gujarat. Vijay Rupani with 19 other ministers took the oath in Gujarat’s capital city Gandhinagar. In the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP’s chief Amit Shah, all the newly elected ministers have taken the pledge.
Today’s ceremony is the second consecutive term as chief minister for Vijay Rupani. He is 14th Chief Minister of Gujarat. At the grand ceremony, the newly elected cabinet was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor OP Kohli. Vijay Rupani sported orange-coloured jacket look during the oath ceremony of Chief Minister. The BJP party has again chosen the duo of Vijay Rupani and Nitin Patel on its party meeting on 22nd December.
The ministers who have taken pledge along with Vijay Rupani are the former state BJP president RC Faldu, former industries Saurabh Patel, sitting education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, senior BJP leader Ganpat Vasava, son of BJP leader Vitthalbhai Radadiya, Pradipsinh Jadeja and many others including the incumbent fisheries minister and Bhavnagar strongman. After holding victory across both the states Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh now BJP has started planning to set its Hawkeye in states. In Gujarat BJP has once again selected Vijay Rupani as the Chief Minister. The ceremony was started with the prime minister and the BJP’s chief Amit Shah’s speech. It glittered more with the presence of political leaders, Chief Ministers of various states and the former Chief Ministers.
Political leaders, Chief Ministers of various states, our esteemed NDA allies and respected former Chief Ministers of Gujarat joined the occasion, making it even more special. pic.twitter.com/hsN4Dv1zQn
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 26, 2017
I thank all the political leaders, Chief Ministers of BJP and NDA governed states for their esteemed presence. I also thank the people of Gujarat for their unparalleled love and support to BJP. Thank you Gujarat. pic.twitter.com/UUy1JNxEpR
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) December 26, 2017