- Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat submitted his resignation to the Governor
- Going to Raj Bhavan at 11 pm, submit resignation to Governor Baby Rani Maurya
- BJP Legislature Party meeting has been called in Dehradun on Saturday
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat submitted his resignation meeting Governor Baby Rani Maurya at around 11 pm on Friday. Who will be the next Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, it will be decided in the meeting of the Legislature on Saturday. He was accompanied by several cabinet members and MLAs along with BJP state president Madan Kaushik. While giving information to the media, Tirath Singh Rawat seemed to be strangled. He thanked PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah in his address.
Thanks to PM Modi and Home Minister with a sore throat
Addressing the press after submitting his resignation to the Governor, he said with a sore throat that due to being Kovid positive, I did not have time. I want to express my gratitude to the minister.. After saying this, Tirath Singh Rawat got up and left, he did not answer any questions from the media. Tirath Singh Rawat had a very short address.
Thanks to the party for giving the opportunity
Earlier, Tirath Singh Rawat spoke of resigning for constitutional reasons. He said that elections were not held because of Corona. Tirath Singh Rawat thanked the party for giving him a chance. He thanked the PM and the Home Minister in his address.
Tirath said after resigning, resigned due to constitutional crisis
After the resignation, Tirath Singh Rawat while talking to the media said, ‘I have submitted my resignation to the Governor due to constitutional crisis. I express my gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and JP Nadda for serving as the Chief Minister of the state.
BJP state president said, there will be a CM from among the MLAs
BJP state president Madan Kaushik said that due to Kovid, the circumstances had become such that the Chief Minister had to resign. The Election Commission had made it clear that it would not hold by-elections in such an epidemic. This could lead to a constitutional crisis in the state. That’s why the Chief Minister has resigned. He said that the BJP Legislature Party meeting will be held on Saturday and one of the MLAs will be elected as the Chief Minister.
Elections are to be held in February-March, the tenure of the new CM will be for 7-8 months
After the resignation of Tirath, Uttarakhand is going to get a new Chief Minister. BJP Legislature Party meeting has been called in Dehradun on Saturday. Where one of the BJP MLAs will be elected as the Chief Minister. Assembly elections are to be held in the state in the month of February-March next year. In such a situation, the tenure of the new Chief Minister will be only 7-8 months.
Had taken over the chair of Chief Minister of Uttarakhand in March
Tirath Singh Rawat was made the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand on 10 March. He replaced Trivendra Singh Rawat, the former Chief Minister of the state. Voices of protest were being raised against Trivendra Singh in the BJP itself, after which the decision to change the Chief Minister was taken in the meetings held in New Delhi. Trivendra Singh Rawat took over as the Chief Minister of the state for almost four years.