Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Sunday fainted during a public rally in Vadodara. In a video, the veteran can be seen collapsing on stage as he was addressing the event. The staff immediately rushed to support Rupani and offered him water.
According to doctors, Rupani’s blood pressure levels had dropped due to stress. He is fine now.
Vijay Rupani will be taken to the UN Mehta Hospital in Ahmedabad, where doctors will conduct a complete medical checkup as a precaution.
— Vijay Rupani (@vijayrupanibjp) February 14, 2021
Rupani said his government would enact a law banning forced religious conversions in the state of Gujarat during his speech in Vadodara. CM Rupani was quoted as saying, “Our BJP government will ‘love jihad’ Act in the Assembly so that such activities are not tolerated in future,”
गुजरात के मुख्यमंत्री श्री @vijayrupanibjp जी के अस्वस्थ होने का समाचार मिला और साथ ही यह जानकारी भी दी गई कि वे डॉक्टरों की देखरेख में हैं तथा अब बेहतर महसूस कर रहे हैं।
मैं ईश्वर से उनके शीघ्र पूर्णत: स्वस्थ होने की प्रार्थना करता हूं।
— Shivraj Singh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) February 14, 2021
“The Bharatiya Janata Party government at the Center has kept all its promises. We are moving beyond the pinnacle of development in Gujarat. This election is important to enhance the reputation of Gujarat.”The government of the Bharatiya Janata Party at the Center has kept all its promises. We are moving beyond the pinnacle of development in Gujarat. To enhance Gujarat’s reputation, this election is important.
Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani was addressing a public meeting in the Nizampura area of Vadodara at the time of the incident ahead of the municipal corporation elections.
Earlier on Sunday, Rupani took to Twitter to criticise Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Responding to Gandhi’s remarks comparing tea garden workers of Assam and Gujarat, CM Vijay Rupani had said in a tweet, “Rahul Gandhi’s words betray his and Congress Party’s hatred for Gujaratis. Gujarat will not accept such despicable hate. Each Gujarati will give a befitting reply to Congress Party.”