A politician, academic, analyst, academician, administrator, manager, and member of public life from Gujarat, India, Narayan Vyas was born on April 14, 1947. He served as the department’s chief under the Bharatiya Janata Party’s leadership in Gujarat from 2007 to 2012 as a former cabinet minister. He holds a degree in law as well as undergraduate and graduate degrees in civil engineering from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda and the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, respectively. He also has a postgraduate degree in marketing management.
In order to present a post-budget discussion the day after the union budget is presented in the Indian parliament, Career Vyas has teamed up with Mukesh Patel, a renowned tax expert, scholar, and columnist, as well as Bakul Dholakia, the former director of the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. The session led by this trio lasts more than three decades and draws a significant number of participants from business, industry, academia, and government bureaucracy.
He is an authority on water management. He served as the corporation’s chairman and oversaw the Sardar Sarovar Dam project. One of India’s biggest multipurpose water management initiatives was this one. He also oversaw the project’s execution at a later time as the Minister in charge of the Sardar Sarovar and significant irrigation projects. He received widespread praise for his role in making this project a reality by guaranteeing different compliances, such as rehabilitation and environmental planning.
He had a lengthy and valuable career as a bureaucrat in the State’s Industry Department, which was followed by a more than 20-year political career.
After being chosen to serve in the Gujarat Legislative Assembly in 2007, he was appointed Cabinet Minister and given responsibility for Non Resident Gujarati Division, Coordination of Voluntary Organizations, and Health & Family Welfare.
In the 2012 Gujarat legislative assembly elections, Vyas lost against Indian National Congress candidate Balvantsinh Rajput for the Siddhpur assembly seat, whom he had previously defeated in 2007.
In the 2017 Gujarat legislative assembly election, Chandaji Thakor of the INC defeated him once more in Siddhpur.
In November 2022, he left the BJP.
Together with his son Sameer Vyas, Jay Narayan Vyas, who left the BJP earlier this month, joined the Congress party on Monday.
The 75-year-old Vyas left the BJP earlier this month. Additionally, he recently got to know Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former Congress president Sonia Gandhi. Vyas wrote in his letter of resignation to state party chief CR Patil, “I have been actively serving the BJP for the last three decades in accordance with the party’s principles. I’m leaving the celebration today for personal reasons.
He was appointed the Cabinet minister in responsibility of health and family welfare in the Gujarat administration led by chief minister Narendra Modi in 2007, after defeating Balvantsinh Rajput of the Congress to win election to the Gujarat Legislative Assembly.
There have been talks with Vyas, according to an AAP official who wished to remain unnamed, and they are hopeful that he will join their party.
Expert in water management, Vyas previously served as the corporation’s chairman and oversaw the construction of the Sardar Sarovar Dam.