According to PTI, one MLA has been suspended for the entire session, however, the identity of the suspended legislator was not clear.
The Congress on Saturday appointed young leader Paresh Dhanani as its Legislature Party leader in Gujarat.
The minister, who represents the Koli community that has a whopping 26 per cent population in the key Saurashtra region, called on Rupani and told him that it was a sentiment of his community to have a better say for him in the government.
The sulking minister, who remained absent from his office since the government took charge, came back to work earlier in the day after party president Amit Shah assured him that he will be given suitable portfolio.
Jaitley’s clarification came as the Congress has been demanding Modi’s apology on this issue since the beginning of the Winter Session of Parliament.
Vaghela’s presence came as a surprise for many as the Jan Vikalp front, founded by the veteran leader, had fielded candidates against the saffron party from several seats in the just-concluded Assembly polls.
The chief ministers of 18 states where the BJP and its allies are in power and several union ministers are also likely to attend the ceremony.
Several Union ministers and other senior leaders of the party have also been invited for the swearing-in ceremony.
For the last few months, particularly after its relations with the state BJP stooped drastically, the Shiv Sena has been heaping praise on Congress and Rahul Gandhi.
Addressing the newly elected MLAs in Gujarat, Congress said that they should keep working for the people of the state as their performance will impact the performance of the party in the upcoming 2019 general election.
The swearing-in ceremony, scheduled for 11am at Vidhansabha Ground in Gandhinagar, will be attended by both Prime Minister Narendra and BJP President Amit Shah.
The Gandhi scion is expected to hold meetings with all the newly-elected MLAs and leaders and party workers all across the state to review the election results.
Hardik and his supporters, who were on their bikes, had organised a roadshow on December 11, despite being denied permission by the district authorities.
"If what (Patidar leader) Hardik Patel says is true, then the BJP will have to garland EVMs also, besides Modi, for the Gujarat victory," the Sena said.
Modi addressed the BJP Parliamentary group here in which he dedicated the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly election victories to the people of the two states.
One of the chief agendas to be picked up in this meeting is the chief ministerial faces of Gujarat and Himachal.
The data revealed on Tuesday also showed that though the Congress campaign for the election focused on Goods and Services Tax (GST) and demonetisation, people were more interested in topics related to development and Hindutva.