In the middle of the assumptions that some new faces would be appointed to the Gujarat cabinet, around 17 lately-elected MLAs in the state took pledge as the ministers of Gujarat. During an event that took place at the Helipad Ground near Secretariat, Bhupendra Patel was the 18th Chief Minister of Gujarat, who was allocated the pledge by Governor Acharya Devvrat.
Some of the chief leaders from the BJP were there at the grandiose ceremony, comprising PM Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and the chief ministers of various BJP-governed states. Some of the most crucial BJP leaders from Gujarat were former Gujarat Home Minister Harsh Sanghavi, Parshottambhai Odhavjibhai Solanki, Jagdish Vishwakarma Mukeshbhai Zinabhai Patel, and Bachubhai Khabad, among other MLAs who took oath as the ministers in the lately-assembled state government.
As soon as the BJP leader Bhupendra Patel took the pledge as the 18th Chief Minister of the state, 15 other MLAs likewise took the pledge as Gujarat ministers and the list includes the following: Kanubhai Desai (Pardi), Rushikesh Patel (Visnagar), Raghavji Patel (Jamnagar Rural), Balwantsinh Rajput (Ex-Congress leader), Kunwarji Bavaliya (Jasdan, Rajkot), Mulubhai Bera (vanquished AAP chief ministerial face Isudan Gadhvi from Khambhaliya).
Kuber Dindor (Santrampur), Bhanuben Babariya (Rajkot, Rural), Harsh Sanghavi (Majura, Surat). Jagdish Vishwakarma (Nikol, Ahmedabad), Purshottam Solanki, Bachubhai Khabad, Mukesh Patel (Olpad, Surat), Praful Panseriya and Bhikhusinh Parmar (Modasa, North Gujarat).
On Monday, as soon as the oath-taking ceremony was conducted, PM Modi congratulated Chief Minister of Gujarat Bhupendra Patel on Twitter and all the other ministers who were appointed to the cabinet.
“Congratulations to Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel on taking oath as CM of Gujarat. I would like to also congratulate all those who took oath as Ministers. This is an energetic team which will take Gujarat to even newer heights of progress,” PM Modi tweeted.