BJP creates political instability in U’khand
The Uttarakhand Congress accused the ruling BJP of creating a situation of political instability in the state. Leading the attack, former chief minister and secretary general of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) Harish Rawat said the BJP faced the dilemma of choosing an option to impose a president’s reign in the State, asking CM Tirath Singh Rawat to resign and then reappoint him as CM and dissolve the assembly before his mandate. He added that the courts could step in and dismiss if the government chooses to dissolve the assembly or if CM Rawat resigns and is reappointed. Rawat said the Uttarakhand CM was camped in Delhi and governance was at a standstill.
On a sarcastic note, the former CM noted that some seasonal birds have also arrived in Delhi.
Uttarakhand Congress spokesperson Garima Dasauni said the CM’s consecutive visits to Delhi show that something is brewing in the Uttarakhand BJP. She said the BJP replaced Trivendra Singh Rawat with Tirath Singh Rawat to beat the anti-incumbent, but he turned out to be a bigger failure than his predecessor.
She said the current scenario shows that the BJP is preparing to impose one more CM on the people of the state, which would be very unfortunate if that happened.