Bhupendra Patel will on Monday accept a vow as the seventeenth chief minister of Gujarat, as the successor of Vijay Rupani, who startlingly ventured down from the top post in the state, in front of coming elections in 2022. The Bharatiya Janata Party's decision of the 59-year-old as the main priest at an administrative party meeting on Sunday came as amazement for some as the position of safety, the first-time administrator was not seen to be among the forces to be reckoned with for the post. The BJP has said the choice with respect to the new Gujarat bureau will be taken later. 

Gujarat Governor Acharya Devvrat welcomed Bhupendra Patel to accept the vow as the new Gujarat CM at 2:20 pm on Monday. "The recently elected head of the Bharatiya Janata Party's Legislature Party, Bhupendrabhai Patel introduced a proposition to shape another administration under his initiative at the Raj Bhavan. 

According to the reports, Union home minister Amit Shah is planned to go to the swearing-in service of Bhupendra Patel in Gandhinagar as Gujarat CM. I accept that under the direction of Narendra Modi, the state's practical advancement will keep up its energy, Amit Shah tweeted on Sunday. Patel met Devvrat at Raj Bhavan in Gandhinagar on Sunday to have a special interest in the top post in the state and was joined by his archetype Vijay Rupani and a designation of BJP pioneers. 

Brought into the world in Ahmedabad, Bhupendra Patel is an MLA from the Ghatlodia seat, recently held by a previous boss pastor and presently Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel. Patel is known to be near Amit Shah just as Anandiben Patel. Patel won his seat by more than 117,000 votes in 2017, the biggest edge in that survey overcoming Congress up-and-comer Shashikant Patel. Ghatlodia is essential for the Gandhinagar Lok Sabha seat addressed by Amit Shah. 

Bhupendra Patel has filled in as the Ahmedabad metropolitan councilor. Patel, who holds recognition in structural designing, likewise filled in as the director of the Standing Committee of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation and Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA). He is likewise a trustee at Patidar associations Sardar Dham and Vishwa Umiya Foundation. 

With get-together surveys in the state planned to be held in 2022, the BJP is counts on Bhupendra Patel, a Patidar, to lead the party. In the last get-together races held in 2017, the BJP won 99 of the state's 182 seats and Congress got 77.

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