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Government of Gujarat, List of Ministers

This is list of Cabinet Ministers and Ministers for States for Governmentof Gujarat declared as on 22nd May 2014, which includes six cabinet ministers and fourteen state ministers.

Chief Minister and her Portfolio

Name of Chief Minister
Ministry Department and Division
General Administration, Administrative Reforms & Training, Industries, Home, Climate Change, Ports, Information & Broadcasting, Narmada, Kalpsar, Revenue, Disaster Management, Urban Development, Urban Housing,
All policies and subject matters not allotted to other Ministers

Cabinet Ministers and their respective Portfolio

Name of Minister
Ministry Department and Division
Saurabh Patel
Finance, Energy and Petrochemicals, Mines Minerals, Cottage Industries, Salt Industries, Printing and Stationery, Planning, Tourism, Civil aviation, Labour and Employment.
Nitinbhai Patel
Health, Medical Education, Family Welfare, Road and Building, Capital Project, Transport
Ramanlal Vora
Social Justice and Empowerment (including welfare of Scheduled Castes, Welfare of socially and educationally backward classes)
Bhupendrasinh Chudasma
Education (Primary, Secondary and Adult), Higher and Technical Education, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer affairs, Science – Technology.
Ganpatbhai Vestabhai Vasava
Forest and Environment, Tribal Development, Legislative and Parliamentary affairs.
Babubhai Bokhiriya
Water Resources (excluding Kalpasar), Water Supply, Agriculture, Co-operation, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Cow Breeding.

State Ministers and their respective Portfolio

Name of Minister
Ministry Department and Division
Dilipkumar Viraji Thakore
Welfare of socially and educationally backward classes. Labour and Employmentaviation, Labour and Employment.
Vasuben Trivedi
Women and Child Welfare (Independent Charge), Higher and Technical Education.
Pradeepsinh Jadeja
Law and Justice, Devsthan, Pilgrimage Development, Co-ordination of voluntary organizations, Non-resident Gujaratis Division, Protocol (All Independent Charge) and Legislative and Parliamentary Affairs.
Chhatrasinh Mori
Food and Civil Supplies, Consumer Affairs.
Jaydrathsinhji Parmar
Road and Building, Capital Project.
Rajanikant Somabhai Patel
Home, Police Housing, Border Security, Civil Defence, Home Guards, Gram Rakshak Dal, Prison, Prohibition, Excise.
Govindbhai Patel
Agriculture and Water Supply, Forest and Environment.
Nanubhai Vanani
Sports, Youth Cultural activities (Independent Charge), Water Resources (excluding Kalpasar), Education (Primary, Secondary and Adult).
Jayantibhai Kavadiya
Panchayat, Rural Housing and Rural Development (All Independent Charge).
Shankarbhai Chaudhari
Health and Family Welfare, Transport, Urban Housing.
Tarachand Chheda
Cottage Industry, Salt Industry and Cow Breeding.
Jayeshkumar V. Radadiya
Tourism, Civil aviation.
Bachubhai Khabad
Animal Husbandry and Fisheries.
Kantibhai Gamit
Tribal Development

First Woman Chief Minister for Gujarat

After thumping win of Narendra Modi in General Election 2014 he is set to be a new Prime Minister of India. It’s obvious that he is going to resign from the post of CM of Gujarat; this leads vacant space for the post of Chief Minister of Gujarat.

On 20th May 2014 BJP Gujarat has announced a new Chief Minister of Gujarat and it’s as expected Shrimati Anandiben Mafatbhai Patel. A proud moment for Gujarat that we have got first woman Chief Minister, After the State after constitution of Gujarat State (i.e. since 1960).

Anandiben Patel born on 21st November 1941 (Age 72 Years), belongs to Leua Patel community from North Gujarat. and She is the Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Ghatlodia, Ahmedabad seat of Gujarat. She first became Minister in Gujarat Government in 1998 as Education Minister in the under the Keshubhai Patel as a CM of Gujarat. Before that she was Principle of Mohiniba Vidhyalay, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad. She had worked for about 30 years in same school.

Just before becoming CM she was Revenue Minister (Cabinet Minister) in Narendra Modi Government in Gujarat. She is considered to be second powerful minister in cabinet after Narendra Modi. She is known for her toughness about taking decisions and performance.

Wish her best of Luck for remaining term of this assembly.

Narendra Modi and BJP wins 2014 Election

Most awaited result of Indian General Election in 2014 has arrived on the 16th May 2016. As most of India expect its Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) and Narendra Modi (Chief Minister of Gujarat) is routing all over the India. On contrast of this Indian National Congress is losing all over India and it’s their worst ever performance in India since independence in 1947.

It seems NDA (National Democratic Alliance) is going to win seats near 340 which is well ahead of majority seats required in Lok Sabha (Indian Parliament). But more surprising is that BJP on its on wining clear majority i.e. crossing figure of 272.

In many states BJP has cleaned opposition and win all seats in states. These states are Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa etc.  and in many state BJP enjoying overwhelming majority like Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Bihar, Assam, Haryana, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh etc.

Now it’s clear that Mr. Narendra Modi is going to be next Prime Minister of India. It’s the first time in India that person born after Independence of India (i.e. after 15th August 1947).

This mean now Gujarat is set to get a new Chief Minister very soon as Mr. Modi is heading towards Delhi. And his post of Chief Minister of Gujarat would become vacant very soon.