|5th Chief Minister of Gujarat|
18 July 1973 – 9 February 1974
|Preceded by||Ghanshyam Oza|
|Succeeded by||President’s rule|
4 March 1990 – 17 February 1994
|Preceded by||Madhavsinh Solanki|
|Succeeded by||Chhabildas Mehta|
|Born||3 June 1929
Chikodra , Sankheda,Vadodara district
|Died||17 February 1994|
|Political party||Indian National Congress|
|Children||Sidhdharth Patel, Suhrud Patel, Sujata Patel|
He was born on 3 June 1929 in Chikodra village of Sankheda Tehsil in Vadodara district. He was elected the first president of student union of The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in Vadodara in 1950. He has done Masters in Economics from that university.
He was elected to the Gujarat Legislative Assembly from Sankheda in 1967 and joined the Cabinet of Hitendra K Desai. He also became the minister in the Cabinet of Ghanshyam Oza. On 17 July 1973, he toppled the Ghanshyam Oza government and became the Chief minister. He served in that office till 9 February 1974. Chimanbhai Patel was forced out of office in the 1974 by the Nav Nirman movement on charges of corruption. After being expelled from the party, he helped in the formation of Janata Morcha government in the leadership of Babubhai J Patel. He again became the chief minister on 4 March 1990 heading Janata Dal–Bharatiya Janata Partycoalition government. On breaking of the coalition on 25 October 1990, he managed to retain his post with the help of 34 legislatures of Indian National Congress (INC). Later he joined INC and continued till his death on 17 February 1994.
He is regarded as the visionary leader and architect of Modern Industrial Gujarat. It was he who had visualized the ‘Narmada Dam Project‘ in his first term as chief minister and the Narmada Dam effectively was built in his second term. He considered Narmada dam as the life line of Gujarat.
He is the first Chief Minister who ushered development of ports of Gujarat, refineries and power plants by private parties as part of his industrialization master plan of Gujarat. During his second term he was the first Chief Minister of India to pass a bill for ban of cow slaughter and all sale of meat on all Hindu and Jain festival days. He died in office on 17 February 1994, aged 65.
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