A decision has been taken on the new Chief Minister of Gujarat within 24 hours of Vijay Rupani’s resignation. Bhupendra Rajinikanth Patel will be the next CM of the state. His name has been stamped in the BJP Legislature Party meeting in Gandhinagar. After the meeting, Central Supervisor Narendra Singh Tomar gave this information. Bhupendra Rajnikant Patel defeated Shashikant Vasudevbhai Patel of Congress from Ghatlodiya seat in Ahmedabad district in the 2017 assembly elections.
Rupani’s Resignation Script Written in RSS Meeting
According to sources, Vijay Rupani was never a permanent CM for Gujarat. His departure was fixed, just the date was not fixed. The date was sealed after the feedback received during the recent secret visit of the Sangh chief. Although he was supposed to resign in January or February 2022, Bhagwat’s secret visit shortened the life of Rupani’s CM post.
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Among the five BJP chief ministers who have been replaced, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat’s tenure was the shortest. He assumed office on 10 March and resigned on 2 July. He could not even stay in the chair for three months. Tirath was the Lok Sabha MP from Garhwal. It was also claimed that elections were to be held in Uttarakhand after a year.
Because of this, the Election Commission was not going to hold by-elections in any assembly seat. If Tirath had remained the Chief Minister, it would have been difficult for him to become a member of the Legislative Assembly. By law he was required to be a member of the Legislative Assembly in any case by 10 September. After Tirath, Pushkar Singh Dhami was made the Chief Minister of the state. Tirath is still a Lok Sabha member.
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Why was Rupani Removed?
No one reason is being given behind why Vijay Rupani had to resign from the post of Chief Minister of Gujarat, but speculations are being made that due to second wave of corona virus, increasing support base of opposition parties in Gujarat etc. He had to lose himself.
Chief Ministers of Three States Changed in Three Months
The BJP has changed the chief ministers of three states within three months. In Karnataka, BJP brought in Basavaraj Bommai in place of BS Yeddyurappa. At the same time, in Uttarakhand, instead of Trivendra Singh Rawat, Tirath Singh Rawat was made the CM and then Pushkar Singh Dhami was given the responsibility of the Chief Minister. Tirath Singh Rawat tendered his resignation on July 2, while Yediyurappa tendered his resignation on July 26.