Today, Modi and Shah will be present as Gujarat chief minister Bhupendra Patel takes the oath of office.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah will attend the swearing-in ceremony . Governor Acharya Devvrat is expected to speak at the function .

At a grand function in the state capital on Monday, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel will take oath as Gujarat's 18th chief minister for the second time in a row in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.At the function, Governor Acharya Devvrat is expected to speak.At the function, the new council of ministers will be sworn-in, and national president JP Nadda and 10-15 union ministers are also expected to attend.The party claimed a 156-output victory in the Gujarat Assembly's recent polls, which was the party's seventh straight victory.

A committee of IAS officers is in charge of the preparations for the swearing-in function, for which a temporary structure of around 20,000 people is planned.The swearing-in service is scheduled to take place at the helipad ground in the city of Daluka.Former MPs and MLAs from the party, office-bearers of several morchas, chairmen, chairman-chairmen, board members of APMCs, sarpanches of gram panchayats, and party veterans from Jan Sangh are all expected to attend the congress' election campaign in Gujarat.According to a party office bearer, Prime Minister Modi arrived in Gujarat late night to attend the swearing in function on Monday.Patel, who won the assembly election from the Ghatlodia constituency of the city by a margin of 1.92 lakh votes, was elected as the head of the BJP legislature party by the elected MLAs on Saturday....

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