MLA from BJP amidst political developments in Uttarakhand Pushkar Singh Dhami It has been announced to make him the new Chief Minister of the state. However, along with this, reports of rebellion are also coming out from within the BJP. Harak Singh Rawat and Satpal Maharaj Like veteran leaders have reached Delhi. In such a situation, Uttarakhand BJP has termed the news of the rebellion as a rumour, saying that all the leaders are happy with the decision of the party.
Strong leader and MLA of Uttarakhand BJP Dhan Singh Rawat Said, ‘Everyone in Uttarakhand is happy with this decision. Today only CM Pushkar Singh Rawat will take oath. He said that there is no resentment anywhere, I don’t think anyone will be angry in Uttarakhand. Everyone is happy with the decision of the party.
When Banshidhar Bhagat, who was a cabinet minister in the Tirath Singh Rawat government, was asked a question on the displeasure in the state BJP in the name of Dhami and 35 rebel MLAs, he said, ‘I have read somewhere that 35 MLAs have reached Delhi. Who are these 35 people, name them? All these news are just rumours. All party leaders are united.
Dhami met former chief ministers
Amidst all these speculations, Pushkar Singh Dhami of Uttarakhand met his former Chief Ministers Tirath Singh Rawat and Trivendra Singh Rawat. Dhami was elected as its leader by the Uttarakhand Legislature Party on Saturday. He is going to take oath as the new CM of the state at 5 pm on Sunday.
Fragrance of dissatisfied camp in BJP
Actually, the market for discussion about Satpal Maharaj is hot. It is being claimed that Satpal, who reached Delhi, has the support of 35 MLAs, who are ready to resign. According to sources, Home Minister Amit Shah, while talking to Satpal Maharaj and Harak Singh Rawat, has asked both the leaders to cooperate with the new Chief Minister. Some senior BJP leaders are also finding themselves uncomfortable with this decision. Many senior ministers are being told that they are uncomfortable even becoming ministers under the new chief minister.
Dhami, Rawat and Banshidhar