Chimanbhai Patel: fifth Chief Minister of Gujarat
In office: 18 July 1973 – nine Feb 1974
Preceded by: Ghanshyam Oza
Succeeded by: President’s rule
In the workplace: four March 1990 – seventeen Feb 1994
Preceded by: Madhavsinh Solanki
Succeeded by: Chhabildas Mehta
Born: three June 1929 Sankheda, city Presidency, British Bharat
Died: seventeen Feb 1994 (aged 64) Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Political party: Indian National Congress
Spouse(s): Urmila Patel
Children: Siddharth Patel, Suhrud Patel, Sujata Patel
Residence: Revaranya, Ahmedabad
Chimanbhai Patel (3 June 1929 – seventeen Feb 1994) was associate Indian politician related to Indian National Congress and Janata decaliter, and a former Chief Minister of Gujarat state in Bharat representing each those parties at varied times.
Born and Education of Chimanbhai Patel
He was born on three June 1929 in Chikodra village of Sankheda Tehsil in Vadodara district. He was electoral the primary president of the building of The prince Sayajirao University of Baroda in Vadodara in 1950. He has completed his Masters in economic science from that university.
Political career of Chimanbhai Patel
He was elected to the Gujarat assembly from Sankheda in 1967 and joined the cupboard of Hitendra K Desai. He additionally became the minister in the cupboard of Ghanshyam Oza.
Chief Minister Chimanbhai Patel
On seventeen July 1973, he replaced Ghanshyam Oza because of the Chief Minister of Gujarat. He served in this workplace until nine Feb 1974. Chimanbhai Patel was forced out of work within 1974 by the Nav Nirman movement on charges of corruption. once being expelled from the party, he helped within the formation of Janata Morcha government within the leadership of Babubhai J Patel. He once more became the chief minister on four March 1990 heading Janata Dal-Bharatiya Janata Party coalition government. On the breaking of the coalition on twenty-five Oct 1990, he managed to retain his post with the assistance of thirty-four legislatures of Indian National Congress (INC). Later he joined the opposition and continuing until his death on seventeen Feb 1994.
Narmada dam by Chimanbhai Patel
He is considered the visionary leader and designer of contemporary Industrial Gujarat. It absolutely was the WHO had pictured the ‘Narmada Dam Project’ in his 1st term as chief minister and also the Narmada Dam effectively was in-built his second term. He thought of Narmada dam because of the lifeline of Gujarat.
He is the primary Chief Minister WHO ushered development of ports of Gujarat, refineries and power plants by non-public parties as a part of his industrial enterprise programme of Gujarat. Throughout his second term, he was the primary Chief Minister of Bharat to pass a bill for the ban of cow slaughter and every one sale of meat on all Hindu and faith competition days. He died in the workplace on seventeen Feb 1994, aged 65.