New Delhi: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has been called to Delhi. The party high command has been instructed to come to Delhi from the side and meet. Tirath Singh had reached Dehradun after the end of the meeting in Ramnagar, but he has been asked to reach Delhi last evening. A big question in front of Tirath Singh Rawat is to continue as Chief Minister after 10 September.
In fact, he has to be elected as an MLA within six months of being appointed as the Chief Minister. But under the Representation of the People Act, by-elections cannot be held in the last one year of the assembly. In such a situation, will he remain the Chief Minister now or will another CM be appointed in his place? The answers to many big questions can be found in this Delhi tour of Tirath Singh.
Let us tell you that on March 10, Tirath Rawat took oath as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. He is currently the Lok Sabha MP from Pauri. The party removed Trivendra Singh Rawat and made him the Chief Minister, but due to a mistake, a big crisis has started looming on his chair.
Only one CM completed his tenure
Since the creation of Uttarakhand, till now only ND Tiwari has been the only Chief Minister who has completed the tenure of five years as CM in the power of the state, otherwise no other CM has completed his term till now. After ND Tiwari, Uttarakhand has had the maximum number of days as CM, former Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, whose tenure has been about 4 years.
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