- BJP leads talks for Gujarat’s new chief minister
- Modi and Amit Shah’s opinion will be decisive.
- BJP-led talks continue.
The new Chief Minister of Gujarat will be elected after seeking the views of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Minister of the Interior Amit Shah. Gujarat Prime Minister Nitin Patel is the Gujarat Prime Minister to emerge as the next Prime Minister. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandya is also on the list. The names of Jamnagar South MLA and Agriculture and Livestock Minister RC Faldu and current Surat MP CR Patil are reportedly being discussed.
Rupani is reported to have been removed from the post of Chief Minister by the national leadership in light of growing anti-government sentiment in the state. Rupani’s failure to deal with the Kovid-19 situation has been evaluated both inside and outside the party. In this context, the national leadership of the BJP hopes that there is the possibility of a rollback in the elections and that anti-government sentiment can be overcome with the incorporation of a new prime minister.
Union Interior Minister Amit Shah is reported to be visiting Gujarat to speed up talks to elect a new chief minister. The position of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah will be decisive in this matter. BL Santosh, who is in charge of the organization, and Bhupendra Yadav, who is in charge of Gujarat, are in Gandhinagar.
Vijay Rupani said his resignation was to pave the way for new leadership. “This is normal in the BJP. Resignation is not prior to elections. The face of each election is Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The face of the BJP will be Modi. Creating an opportunity for new leadership is something that only happens in the BJP, “Vijay Rupani told reporters.
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