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Uttarakhand : All speculations regarding CM’s chair will soon stop

If the media continues to make headlines, it is only their job: Subodh Uniyal

Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has suddenly been called to Delhi. It is believed that there will be a consultation with National President JP Nadda on the issue of his by-election. Due to the sudden call of CM Tirath Singh to Delhi, the speculators from Dehradun to Delhi started making noise about the danger on his chair. But informed BJP sources from Delhi have claimed that all the speculations are baseless and it is quite possible that the party leadership may brainstorm on the technical hurdles being faced by the Chief Minister for the assembly by-election. BJP sources say that it is almost certain that Tirath Singh Rawat will be contested from Gangotri by-election, but due to the havoc of the second wave of Corona, the commission has pulled out of the by-election. The matter is also stuck for the by-election of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and here in Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat will also have to take the membership of the assembly before September 10, only then his chair will be saved. Informed sources in the BJP have revealed that it is possible that the party may ask Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat to approach the Election Commission for holding by-elections, which in such a situation, when a constitutional crisis is seen in front of a state, is also a process. is. If the by-election is not held for Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat, then the government will face a constitutional crisis. Although under Section 151 (a) of the Representation of the People Act, there is an obligation to hold by-elections in six months, but in this sub-section, it has also been said that by-elections should not be held for less than one year. But the Commission has the power that if a constitutional crisis is seen on the government, then the Election Commission can hold a by-election for the Chief Minister as an exception. This has happened in 1999 for Giridhar Gamang, who was the Chief Minister of Odisha.

Subodh Uniyal said on CM’s visit to Delhi

While interacting with the media today, Government Spokesperson Subodh Uniyal said that all this routine process in which meeting Union Ministers and meeting the party high command is normal, but if it continues to make media headlines, then it is only their work. The same Government Spokesperson Subodh Uniyal Said that the opposition may be raising many questions regarding the by-election of the Chief Minister, but whenever the High Command takes a decision on it, that decision will be conveyed to all and the Chief Minister will contest from that seat. Will win with bumper votes.