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breaking news Who is Bhupendrabhai Patel, the 18th Chief Minister of Gujarat and the face that led Bjp to historic victory?

This overwhelming majority truly represents the public’s absolute faith in his leadership and the people of Gujarat have now rested their trust in Patel because of his political acumen, administrative skills and dedication to serving the needy, the spokesperson writes of the BJP, Yamal Vyas.

Bhupendra Rajnikant Patel, who is sworn in today (December 12) as Chief Minister of Gujarat’s 15th Assembly – his second term as head of government – although a new name and face in the politics of the ‘State, made two records in a series. He was the first first-time member of the Legislative Assembly to become chief minister of the state in 2021, and the first head of state to lead the BJP to a historic victory of 156 seats out of a total of 182 seats in the 2022 Assembly elections. his second consecutive term as Chief Minister.

Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel started his political journey as a member of Memnagar Municipality and was elected MP for Ghatlodia Constituency (Ahmedabad) in the 2017 Gujarat Assembly elections. Breaking his own record, Patel again won the constituency of Ghatlodia by a staggering margin of 1,91,000 votes in the 2022 Gujarat Assembly elections.

This overwhelming majority portrays the public’s absolute faith in his leadership. This is a testimony to his popularity among the people. The people of Gujarat trusted Patel because of his political acumen, administrative skills and dedication to serving the needy. Now he is determined to further strengthen the administration of Gujarat.

Patel, who was sworn in as Gujarat’s 17th Chief Minister on September 13, 2021 during his first term, has extensive administrative experience, having served as Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC ) and corporator of Thaltej from 2010 to 2015. He started his political career in 1995, when he was appointed Chairman of the Standing Committee of Memnagar Municipality. He served the municipality for over a decade, becoming president of the local body in 1999-2000 and 2004-2006.

He was also Vice Chairman of Ahmedabad Municipality School Board between 2008 and 2010. Later, he served as Corporal of Ward Thaltej from 2010 to 2015. During this tenure, he served as Chairman of the Standing Committee of ‘Ahmedabad. Municipal Corporation (AMC).

In 2015, he was appointed Chairman of the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA). In 2017, Shri Patel became a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) for the first time, winning election from Ghatlodia constituency by a wide margin of 1.17,000 votes.

Born on July 15, 1962 in Ahmedabad, Shri Patel holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the Government Polytechnic, Ahmedabad. A strong proponent of ‘service before self’, Shri Patel has been an active social worker since a young age and is a member of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). He is also an active member of the Pandit Deendayal Library run by RSS in Memnagar.

In his new role as the 18th Chief Minister of Gujarat, Shri Bhupendra Patel sees a huge opportunity to serve the citizens of Gujarat and is committed to setting new benchmarks for good governance in the state.

Beyond politics, Shri Patel enjoys playing badminton and cricket. Shri Patel is also a trustee of Sardar Dham and the World Umiya Foundation.

The records that Bhupendra Patel achieved in a short period of his political career did not come so easily. He was at the forefront of the 2022 Assembly election campaign, which for the first time witnessed a fierce triangle fight with the Aam Aadmi party entering the fray as a strong third candidate with the Congress. But he successfully led the BJP to a historic victory. The party won an unprecedented 156 seats out of 182 members of the assembly. He will henceforth lead the government of the 15th Assembly of Gujarat. Under his leadership, the party won almost 53% of the vote and the opposition Congress won only 17 seats and 27% of the vote.

(Edited by : CH Unnikrishnan)

First post: STI


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