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Nimaben Acharya became the first woman speaker of Gujarat Legislative Assembly, welcomed like this

Dr. Nimaben Acharya has become the first woman speaker of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly.

Gandhinagar: Dr. Nimaben Acharya, who has become the first woman Speaker (Speaker) of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly, will preside over the two-day monsoon session of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly that began on Monday. Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, former Speaker Rajendra Patel and Leader of Opposition Paresh Dhanani took him to his chair. The post of Speaker of the House was vacated by the resignation of Rajendra Trivedi, who has been made a cabinet minister holding portfolios such as revenue, disaster management, law and justice and legislative and parliamentary affairs.Also Read – Condition Of Muslims Has Been Like Band Baaja Party: AIMIM Chief Owaisi

The BJP nominated Acharya for the post of president and the opposition Congress also supported it. The BJP has also nominated Jethabhai Bharwad, MLA from Shehra constituency, for the post of Deputy Speaker of the House, which has been approved by the Gujarat Assembly Secretary, while the Congress has fielded its six-time MLA Anil Joshiara from Bhiloda constituency. . Also Read – AIMIM Owaisi said – Congress, SP people are asking me to speak on Kalim Siddiqui, I asked him …

Even before the election of the Speaker of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly, Acharya tendered his resignation from the post of Acting Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. Acharya said that she would try to do justice to the chair by accepting the responsibility. Also Read – Gujarat Assembly Election 2022: Owaisi said – AIMIM will contest the Gujarat Assembly elections

Acharya said, today is the birthday of Vithalbhai Patel and I am honored to take charge today. It is an honor not only for me but for the entire female gender. The glorious history of the Speakers of the State Legislative Assembly from Kalyanji Mehta to Rajendra Trivedi will be a source of inspiration for me. He said that he would also get inspiration from the opposition leaders. He told the media representatives, journalists are known as the fourth pillar, I am sure you will report about the proceedings of the House in the interest of democracy.

Former Deputy Chief Minister of Gujarat Nitin Patel said, “Whenever we used to go to the speaker’s chamber, we used to see pictures of only male speakers, but now we will see a female face.

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