Getting ready for the 2024 local elections by cutting ministers

Despite winning the Gujarat Assembly elections recently, four former Gujarat cabinet members were dropped from the present council. They’re concentrating on pending public works in their constituency and getting ready for the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.

The ministers are BJP MLAs Jitu Chaudhary from Kaprada seat of Valsad district, who was the minister of state in Water resources and water supply, Naresh Patel from Gandevi seat in Navsari district who was the minister of tribal development, food and civil supplies; Purnesh Modi from Surat West seat which was the minister of Tourism, pilgrimage developments and civil aviation), and Veenubhai Moradiya from Katargam seat of Surat city who was the minister of state for urban development and urban housing).

In an interview with The Deccan Era, Chaudhary stated, “I do not harbour any resentment toward party leaders and fully accept their decision not to induct me into the new cabinet.” I believe that the party’s top brass may have had a different opinion. It was my pleasure to work as a state minister for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”

As well as constructing check dams in hilly areas of his constituency and improving the water distribution network for farmers, he stated, “I will also ensure better mobile connectivity in Kaprada.”

Purnesh Modi expressed his satisfaction at being a member of the previous cabinet and added, “I will work on the pending development projects in my constituency.”. The next step will be to prepare for the upcoming elections for the Lok Sabha in 2024.”

The party provided me with many opportunities… I have worked hard and did not have time for my parents… but now, I can devote some time to my family.” Veenu Moradiya indicated he would focus on development projects in his constituency.


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