Gujrat Runoff: Shahi revelation of the next BJP CM

Party continues trusting Bhupendra Patel on the top state chair

The Gujrat polls have been more intense with the political work out on the state streets. Meanwhile, the BJP face of the chief minister of the state has been clarified by the senior BJP leader and Union Home Minister, Amit Shah.

In case of majority, BJP will not have a new chief minister in the state, says Amit Shah. Revealing the party line decision Shah says Bhupendra Patel will remain as the Gujrat CM.

In the poll bound state, almost one year ago the saffron party replaced Vijay Rupani with Bhupendra Patel as the chief minister. The top chair face change move surprised many in the month of September last year.

The Chief Minister face for Gujarat, is not at all shocking this time since the party cannot take any chance during the December political battle. Eyeing the seventh consecutive term in the state this is seen as the smart move by PM Modi and Amit Shah.

If BJP secures a majority in Gujrat in December Assembly polls, there won’t be many things changed on the top chairs in the state governance.

Shah’s statement clarifies that Patel is the consecutive chief ministerial candidate from the party dais, and Modi-Shah’s home state will regain the power in the state with the seventh consecutive term.