Legislature party meeting begins for election of new CM, many veteran leaders reached BJP office
Legislature party meeting begins for election of new CM, many veteran leaders reached BJP office

Dehradun: On Tuesday, Trivendra Rawat resigned from the post of Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, now the BJP Legislature Party meeting has started in a short time for the election of new CM in Uttarakhand and towards the Center to participate in this meeting. Observers sent from have already arrived, most of the MLAs and senior BJP leaders of the state have also reached the meeting. After the resignation of Trivendra Rawat from the post of CM on Tuesday, the name of the new CM of the state will be taken by the MLAs and the new CM will be elected.

He has reached Trivandra Rawat to attend the legislative party meeting to be held today, besides Ajay Bhatt, Dhan Singh Rawat, and Satpal Maharaj have also reached the party office, former CM and current Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank have also reached the party office. Have arrived. All these names are most discussed for the new CM. The new CM will be elected in the Legislature Party meeting to be held today, BJP's National Vice President and former Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh will be present in the meeting as a central observer.

CM Trivendra Singh Rawat resigned from his post on Tuesday after a political uproar in the Uttarakhand BJP for the last three days. In the race for the post of Chief Minister, Rawat's nearest and Higher Education and Cooperation Minister of the state and Dhan Singh Rawat are leading the way. Apart from him, Lok Sabha MP Ajay Bhat, Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni, State Tourism Minister Satpal Maharaj, Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank are also among the contenders for the post of CM.

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