Lok Sabha MP from the seat of Garhwal Tirath Singh Rawat (Tirath Singh Rawat) was appointed the new Prime Minister of Uttarakhand. Tirath Singh Rawat may be sworn in at 4pm. At a meeting of the Uttarakhand BJP Legislative Party held at the party headquarters, Tirat Singh Rawat was appointed to succeed Trivandra Singh Rawat, who resigned as Prime Minister on Tuesday. Terath Singh Rawat was the Chairman of the BJP in Uttarakhand from February 9, 2013 to December 31, 2015 and a former member of the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly from Chupatkhal constituency from 2012 to 2017. Terat Singh Rawat is close to the Sang.
I am a young worker from the village, I never imagined him. We will do our best to live up to the people’s trust, the prime minister will continue the work he did for the state, ”said Tirat Singh Rawat after being elected CM. .
The party met this morning at the BJP office on Balbir Road. Nearly six names are included, including Haridwar MP Ramesh Bukharial Nishank, Representative Nainital Ajay Bhatt, Minister of State for Tourism Satpal Maharaj, Rajya Sabha MP Anil Balloni, and Minister of State for Higher Education Dan Singh Rawat, most likely the president as minister.
According to media reports, party leaders said that many in the party were outraged by CM Trivendra Singh Rawat’s decision to appoint Garsain the new commissioner. BJP leaders said political unrest in the state began on Friday when Rawat declared Qarsin as the state’s third administrative division without consulting his cabinet colleagues. One of the ministers described it as a unilateral declaration because the Kumon people were against the move.
Former Uttarakhand Prime Minister Harish Rawat said, “To hide the election tension from the face of the Uttarakhand Prime Minister who has served as Prime Minister for 4 years, the BJP decided to change its face. When the BJP arrived in Uttarakhand, they introduced an anti-development government and no I think the BJP will give a good government within a year.
“The BJP decided to change the cabinet because it couldn’t run against Trivandra Singh Rawat … because it did not do any public welfare work,” Rawat said. The BJP itself has admitted that it has given Uttarakhand a poor government for 4 years.
After resigning from the CM position, Trivendra Singh Rawat said, “For the past four years, BJP has given me an opportunity to serve in Uttarakhand as CM. I was pleased that I never imagined that the party would give me such a great honor and said the party decided jointly That I should give this opportunity to someone else now. ”I just submitted my letter of resignation to the governor. Tomorrow, the BJP Legislative Party will hold a meeting at 10 pm at the BJP headquarters. All MLAs will be present there