Chief Ministers of Gujarat List of CM In Gujarat From 1960 Till Date Download 4 PDF

The Chief Minister of Gujarat is the chief executive of the government of the Indian state of Gujarat. The governor appoints the chief minister, whose council of ministers are collectively responsible to the assembly. The chief minister's term is for five years and is subject to no term limits, given that he has the confidence of the assembly.

 



The state of Gujarat was created on 1 May 1960, composed of the gujarati-speaking districts of Bombay State following the Mahagujarat Movement. Jivraj Narayan Mehta of the INC was the inaugural chief minister. Narendra Modi of the BJP is the longest serving chief minister for twelve and a half years from 2001 to 2014. He resigned in 2014 to become the 14th Prime Minister of India. He was succeeded by Anandiben Patel who became the state's first woman chief minister. The incumbent chief minister is Vijay Rupani, who is in the office since 7 August 2016.

Present CM of Gujarat: Vijay Rupani from 2016


Q. Do you want to become the CM or are you happy being the second fiddle?

Himanta: I don't want to divert my focus from winning right now. I'm only concerned about the development and civilizational conflict in Assam. We can decide on the CM later. I don't worry about posts at all.

Q. Is it not true that you left Congress because you wanted to become the CM?

Himanta: I left the Congress party because of Rahul Gandhi's callousness. I would never leave a party to become a CM. Any right-thinking person would not stay with Congress. I didn't come to BJP with any condition. I joined the party as a karyakarta (worker). Had there been ill intentions, I would have played it dirty. I want to consolidate votes in Assam and after winning Assam, I want to see BJP ruling the entire Northeast. That's my aim.


Q: Don't you think BJP has created an image of doing polarisation on the ground? Are you against Muslims?

Himanta: I will divide Assam's Muslims into two groups. One is Assamese Muslims who are with us. Another group is represented by Badruddin Ajmal, which is very aggressive. They are migrant Muslims from Bangladesh and are called Miya Muslims.

I'm not at all against all Muslims. I'm against those Muslims who talk about giving birth to 13 children. Muslims who talk about Madrassas.

 

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Q: Why did you close down the Madrassas in Assam?

Himanta: In our survey, Muslims kids told us that we want to become doctors, engineers, pilots, join army, but we're forcefully being sent to Madrassas. Madrassas should never be there in the first place. So, I want to see all those children become doctors and engineers in society. Madrassas are not for education. I have visited many Madrassas and they give training there to become "Mullahs". I want Muslim kids to get the chance to flourish.


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