Earlier, a letter was sent to the national president of the BJP, JP Nadda, in this regard. He made it clear that he was resigning to avoid a constitutional crisis in the state.
With this, Tirath Singh became the prime minister of Uttarakhand in shortest service. He was in power for only 115 days.
Rawat, who was a deputy from Lok Sabha four months ago, resigned to become prime minister. Rawat, who is not currently an MLA, needs a referendum to continue as prime minister. The resignation comes amid by-elections in the context of Kovid.
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The BJP MLAs will meet today at 3 pm to elect a new assembly leader. It is reported that in this a new Chief Minister will be elected.
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