PM Modi congratulates Vijay Rupani for being sworn-in as Gujarat CM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated Vijay Rupani, who was sworn-in as the new Chief Minister of Gujarat.

PTI August 07, 2016 14:47:39 IST
PM Modi congratulates Vijay Rupani for being sworn-in as Gujarat CM

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated Vijay Rupani, who was sworn-in as the new Chief Minister of Gujarat, and other members of his team, saying they would "continue the development journey" of the state.

"Congrats to @vijayrupanibjp, Nitinbhai Patel & others sworn-in as they begin their innings to continue the development journey of Gujarat," Modi said in a tweet.

In a separate tweet, the Prime Minister also applauded the services of Anandiben Patel who had stepped down from the top post on Wednesday.

"I applaud the dedicated service of @anandibenpatel, who has been working tirelessly for the people of Gujarat for many years," Modi said.

Rupani was sworn-in as the new Chief Minister, while Nitin Patel took oath as the new Deputy Chief Minister of Gujarat at a ceremony in Gandhinagar. Eight Cabinet-rank ministers, including Patel, and 16 Ministers of State were also sworn-in.

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