People Have No Expectations From New Gujarat Chief Minister: Hardik Patel

People Have No Expectations From New Gujarat Chief Minister: Hardik Patel

People Have No Expectations From New Gujarat Chief Minister: Hardik Patel

Changing the chief minister is a conspiracy of BJP, Hardik Patel mentioned. (File)

Indore:

Gujarat Congress working president Hardik Patel on Monday claimed that folks in Gujarat don’t have expectations from newly sworn Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and mentioned that the management within the state was modified on account of resentment among the many folks.

The Congress chief mentioned that changing CM won’t have any impression in Gujarat because the individuals are in “temper” to alter the ability within the state.

Speaking to ANI, Mr Patel mentioned, “There is numerous resentment in opposition to the BJP in Gujarat and that’s the reason the Chief Minister has been modified. During the regime of Vijay Rupani, many youths misplaced their jobs, many misplaced their family members on account of COVID. Changing the CM is a conspiracy of BJP however the folks in Gujarat are all set to alter the ability within the state.”

The Congress chief additionally alleged that BJP has been repeatedly doing injustice to Deputy CM of Gujarat Nitin Patel.

“I’ve instructed Nitin brother to affix us together with his supporters. We will present all of the assist he wants,” he mentioned.

“A chief minister holds the accountability of over 6.5 crore inhabitants not simply the accountability of a caste. People in Gujarat don’t have expectations from Bhupendra Patel as their Chief Minister,” he added.

Bharatiya Janata Party chief and Ghatlodia MLA Bhupendra Patel took oath because the seventeenth Chief Minister of Gujarat on Monday after his predecessor Vijay Rupani resigned from the publish earlier on Saturday.

The celebration is relying on Patel to navigate the celebration by robust waters throughout the upcoming meeting elections in 2022. In the 2017 state election, the BJP received 99 of the state’s 182 Assembly seats, Congress bought 77 seats.

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