Bharatiya Janata Party’s first-time MLA Bhupendra Patel will be the new Chief Minister of Gujarat. Patel was unanimously elected the leader of the BJP Legislature Party on Sunday.
Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy, who has been angry with the BJP for some time, has welcomed the change of leadership in Gujarat. He tweeted that it is very good that Bhupendra Patel has been elected as the new Chief Minister of Gujarat. Now the return of BJP to power in Gujarat is certain.
Let us inform that Bhupendra Patel, a first-time MLA of the Bharatiya Janata Party, will be the new Chief Minister of Gujarat. Patel was unanimously elected the leader of the BJP Legislature Party on Sunday. Speaking to reporters on Sunday, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state unit president CR Patil said Patel would take oath as the chief minister on Monday. In the legislature party meeting, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani proposed Patel’s name for the leader. Rupani had on Saturday announced his resignation as the chief minister.
Some political observers said the BJP has recently appointed less popular leaders as chief ministers of states. He said that the party wants to create a new leadership in the states and Pushkar Singh Dhami as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand is also an example of this.
Let us tell you that Swamy has been constantly attacking about the decisions of the leadership. There have been very few occasions in which he has been welcomed. Recently, he had also raised questions about the vaccine certificate. The BJP leader had shared a report of ‘Deccan Herald’ on Thursday. In which it was said that due to the picture of PM Modi on the vaccine certificate, Indians going abroad are facing problems. Sharing this report, Swamy wrote, “I think Modi’s picture on the vaccination certificate is ridiculous. Did the health ministry take their prior permission?
A few days ago, Subramanian Swamy had asked the Modi government whether India would allow those who became ministers in the Afghanistan government to be removed from the terrorist list. According to Swamy, at least 14 members of the interim Taliban government are on the blacklist of the UN Security Council.