Dehradun: Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has resigned from the post in Uttarakhand. On Tuesday, he met Governor Baby Rani Maurya and submitted his resignation. The suspense remains on who will be the next CM in the state.
‘Party now decides to give chance to others’
After the resignation, Trivendra Singh Rawat said that the party collectively decided that now someone else in the state should be given a chance. He said that I could never have imagined that I would get a chance to work on this post but BJP gave me this opportunity. This can only happen in BJP.
‘I have to go to Delhi to know the reason for my resignation’
He said that whatever decisions are taken in BJP, they are only after collective deliberations. There will be a meeting of the Legislature at the party office of Dehradun at 10 am in tomorrow. The name of the new CM will be considered in it. He gave his best wishes to the leader who took over as the new CM chair in the province. He said that he would have to go to Delhi to know the reason for my resignation.
Congress tightened on BJP
The Congress is tight on the uproar in the BJP. Former Uttarakhand Chief Minister and Congress leader Harish Rawat tweeted, ‘How a change of power is visible today. By the way, in 2022, BJP will go and Congress will come. At the same time, Uttarakhand in-charge of Congress Devendra Yadav said, ‘Nothing is going to happen with this. BJP will not be of any use. This is just an attempt to cover up corruption and failure.’
This name is ahead in the race for CM post
According to sources, the names of MLA Dhan Singh Rawat, Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni and MP Ajay Bhatt are at the forefront of this race. Since the formation of Uttarakhand state in the year 2000, no Chief Minister has been able to complete his term except for Narayan Dutt Tiwari of the Congress.
Been on the target of his loved ones for a long time
Let us tell you that MLAs of his own party had opened a front against Trivendra Singh Rawat for quite some time. Given the displeasure of the MLAs, the party’s Uttarakhand in-charge Dushyant Gautam and central supervisor Raman Singh were sent to Dehradun. Where he held a meeting with disgruntled MLAs and heard their objection but failed to convince them. After that CM Trivendra, himself went to Delhi and met senior leaders of the party.