Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat Resigning, Constitutional Crises in State

State Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has given a letter to BJP National President JP Nadda that he wants to resign. According to sources, the reason behind this is being told to be a constitutional crisis. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat arrives at his residence to meet BJP President JP Nadda in Delhi.

Earlier on Wednesday night also he had met the party president. In the evening, Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat took off in his special plane from Delhi to Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun.According to sources, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Teerth Singh Rawat offered to resign to BJP President JP Nadda as a constitutional crisis has arisen in the state. Tirath Singh Rawat has said in the letter that Article 164. According to him, he had to become a member of the Legislative Assembly within six months after becoming the Chief Minister, but Article 151 says that by-elections cannot be held if less than one year is left for the assembly elections.That’s why I want to resign from the post of Chief Minister so that there is no constitutional crisis in Uttarakhand.

CM Tirath Singh Rawat has returned to Dehradun after Delhi for three days. In a press conference in Delhi, he said that my political career started from UP. Then Uttarakhand became a state and I came here. to me. Got a chance to work there too. I’m doing it here too. Party made me MP, CM made me, we will work on the strategy which will be decided in future.

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