New Delhi: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has submitted his resignation to the Governor. Tirath Singh Rawat has submitted his resignation to the Governor Baby Rani. Let us inform that Tirath Singh Rawat took oath as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand on March 10 this year itself. However, now Tirath Singh Rawat has resigned from his post.
In fact, the high command of the Bharatiya Janata Party had decided to remove Tirath Singh Rawat from the post of Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. After which Tirath Singh Rawat has submitted his resignation. Earlier, State BJP President Madan Kaushik had said that Chief Minister Rawat would resign from his post and an important meeting of the Legislature Party has been called at the state party headquarters on Saturday to select the new leader of the party legislature party.
met JP Nadda
State President Kaushik himself will preside over this meeting convened at three o’clock on Saturday. He told that all the MLAs have been informed by the party to be present in Saturday’s meeting. Let us inform that Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat, who has camped in Delhi for three days, met Bharatiya Janata Party National President JP Nadda for the second time within the last 24 hours on Friday.
From this round of meetings, speculations of another leadership change had started in the state. The Chief Minister’s meeting with Nadda at his residence in the capital lasted for about half an hour. This meeting took place at a time when all kinds of speculations were being made about Rawat’s future. The speculation was rife as there is less than a year left for the Uttarakhand assembly elections and Rawat is constitutionally bound to be elected as a member of the assembly by September 10 to continue in his post.
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