CM Bhupendra Patel
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After the landslide victory of the BJP in Gujarat and formation of the government for the seventh time in a row, the ministers have been made in-charge of the districts. District administration and government together bring good governance, that’s why CM Bhupendra Patel has taken this initiative. With this initiative, high level monitoring will be done on the district administration and the administration will run in an orderly manner.
Gujarat Home Minister Harsh Sanghvi has been given the responsibility of Vadodara and capital Gandhinagar. Similarly, Finance, Power and Petro Chemicals Minister Kanu Desai has got the charge of Surat and Navsari districts. Health and Family Welfare Minister Rushikesh Patel has been given charge of Ahmedabad, Kheda and Anand, Agriculture Minister Raghavji Patel has been given charge of Rajkot and Junagadh and Industry MSME Minister Balwant Singh. Rajput has been given the charge of Sabarkantha and Banaskantha.
Other ministers who have been given additional responsibility of districts include Kunvarji Bavaliya to Porbandar, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Mulubhai Bera to Jamnagar and Surendranagar, Kuber Dindor to Dahod and Panchmahal, Bhanuben Babaria to Bhavnagar and Botad, Jagdish Vishwakarma to Mehsana and Patan. given.
Minister Purushottam Solanki has got the charge of Amreli and Gir Somnath, Bachubhai Khabad of Mahisagar and Aravalli, Mukesh Patel of Valsad and Tapi, Prafulla Panseria of Morbi and Kutch, Bhikhu Singh Parmar of Chhota Udaipur and Narmada and Kunvarji Halpati of Bharuch and Dang.
BJP registers historic victory
The BJP has achieved a historic victory in the Gujarat assembly elections held this month. On December 12, 16 ministers took oath along with Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel. The BJP has won 156 out of 182 seats in the Gujarat Assembly. The BJP government has been formed in the state for the seventh consecutive time. He has been in power for the last 27 years.