In a total upgrade of the state Cabinet, 24 new priests of the Bhupendra Patel-drove government in Gujarat made vow on Thursday at the Raj Bhavan in Gandhinagar.

The service was deferred on Wednesday after “upset sitting clergymen, who were to be dropped to deal with the counter incumbency factor”, protested the move. Observable among those dropped incorporate vice president serve Nitin Patel.

The new Cabinet has five MoS with Independent charge and nine MoS.

Among those enlisted into the Bhupendra Patel Cabinet incorporate previous Gujarat BJP boss Jitubhai Vaghani and Assembly Speaker Rajendra Trivedi. Politically significat Saurashtra and south Gujarat locale got most extreme compartments in the Cabinet.

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The current state BJP boss CR Paatil comes from south Gujarat.

Party sources said that the party was falling back on no-rehash hypothesis to pulsate the counter incumbency factor, however it has caused a lot of indigestion among some old folks.

Prior, the swearing-in service was planned to be hung on Wednesday. As indicated by reports, even the banners at the Raj Bhavan had referenced September 15 as the date for the function. Be that as it may, they were brought down on Wednesday evening.

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Jeetu Vaghani, (Bhavnagar West),

Rajendra Trivedi (Raopur)

Rushikesh Patel (Visnagar),

Purnesh Modi (Surat)

Raghavji Patel (Jamnagar rural)

Kanubhai Desai (Pardi)

Kiritsinh Rana (Limdi)

Naresh Patel (Gandevi)

Pradeep Parmar (Asarwa)

Arjunsinh Chauhan (Mehamdavad)

MoS (Independent charge)

Harsh Sanghavi (Majora, Surat)

Jagdish Panchal (Nikol)

Manisha Vakil, (Vadodara city)

Brajesh Merja (Morbi)

Jitu Chaudhary (Kaparda)


Mukesh Patel  (Olpad)

Arvind Rayani (Rajkot East)

Kuber Dhindor (Santrampur)

Kirtisinh Waghela (Kankrej)

Nimisha Suthar (Morwa Hadaf)

R C Makwana  (Mahua)

Gajendrasingh Parmar (Prantij)

Vinobhai Moradia (Katargam, Surat)

Deva Malam (Keshod)

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