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Political furore in Uttarakhand: CM Trivendra Rawat’s chair in danger, know BJP’s strategy

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Before the assembly elections in Uttarakhand, the political turmoil has already intensified. Here the BJP is seen so much attacking the state government that the chair of Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat is under threat. The BJP high command has summoned Trivendra Rawat (Cm Trivandra Rawat), indicating that the preparations to change the government in the state have intensified.

Before the assembly elections in Uttarakhand, the political turmoil has intensified. Here the BJP is seen so much attacking the State Government that the chair of Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat is under threat. The BJP high command has summoned Trivendra Rawat (Cm Trivandra Rawat), indicating that the preparations to change the government in the state have intensified. Many BJP veteran leaders are running in the race for Chief Minister here. Former Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh (Dehradun BJP), who went as an observer of the Dehradun BJP, and another observer Uttarakhand in-charge General Secretary Dushyant Gautam, can submit their report to the top leadership of the BJP, on which the BJP on Tuesday In the meeting of the Parliamentary Committee of the (BJP), a big decision can be taken about Uttarakhand.

According to Media Reportus, an outline of the preparation to change CM is being written in the UK. In such a situation, in the name of party Dhan Singh Rawat or Satpal Maharaj, instead of Trivendra Singh Rawat, an effort is being made among the MLAs to form a new CM. If these two leaders are not agreed, then the names of Nainital Lok Sabha MP Ajay Bhatt and Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni can be increased by the Center. Let the BJP high command on Saturday send two central leaders to Dehradun as observers after several ministers and legislators opened a front against Trivendra Singh Rawat. Dr. Raman Singh, who reached Dehradun, and Dushyant Gautam, General Secretary in-charge of Uttarakhand, took the opinion of the core committee members. Along with this, he also had a long discussion with Chief Minister Trivendra Singh and returned to Delhi and now the observer will submit his report to the party high command, after which further action will be taken.

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Let us tell you that the assembly elections are going to be held in Uttarakhand early next year, for which the opposition has started preparing vigorously. At the same time, a faction in the party has opened the front with respect to Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat in BJP. A section of the party in the state has been demanding for a long time to replace the CM and it is believed that two observers were sent to Uttarakhand after this, after which they had 4 BJP MPs and 45 MLAs of the state ( BJP MLA). In which all the MLAs gave their opinion.

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