Only four months in office; Uttarakhand Prime Minister resigns

Four months after coming to power in Uttarakhand, the Chief Minister resigned. The dramatic move occurred on Friday night at the Raj Bhavan. BJP Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat met with Governor Baby Rani Maurya on Friday and tendered his resignation.

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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.

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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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