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3mar

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During Congress rule it was termed as Rubber Stamps in Sealed cover from Delhi

.....Now it's good for State & Country

https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/gujarat-chief-minister-vijay-rupani-resigns-2537411#pfrom=home-ndtv_topscroll

New Delhi: Vijay Rupani resigned as Chief Minister of Gujarat on Saturday evening in an unexpected move ahead of elections in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state late next year.
In the 2017 election the BJP claimed 99 of the state's 182 Assembly seats - down 17 from 2012. The Congress won 77 seats - up 16 from the last polls.

It is unclear at this time what exactly led to Mr Rupani's resignation, but sources have suggested it is a "course correction" by a BJP eager to change things around if it feels unsure in its state leadership

In July BS Yediyurappa resigned as Karnataka Chief Minister following resentment against him and his son, and unrelenting calls for his removal by a section of the party's state unit.

 The Uttarakhand example is particularly interesting because, like Gujarat , the state will hold elections next year. Trivendra Rawat and Tirath Singh Rawat were both replaced with around six months to polls, underlining the BJP's willingness to take big decisions to retain power.

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5 hours ago, 3mar said:

During Congress rule it was termed as Rubber Stamps in Sealed cover from Delhi

.....Now it's good for State & Country

https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/gujarat-chief-minister-vijay-rupani-resigns-2537411#pfrom=home-ndtv_topscroll

New Delhi: Vijay Rupani resigned as Chief Minister of Gujarat on Saturday evening in an unexpected move ahead of elections in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state late next year.
In the 2017 election the BJP claimed 99 of the state's 182 Assembly seats - down 17 from 2012. The Congress won 77 seats - up 16 from the last polls.

It is unclear at this time what exactly led to Mr Rupani's resignation, but sources have suggested it is a "course correction" by a BJP eager to change things around if it feels unsure in its state leadership

In July BS Yediyurappa resigned as Karnataka Chief Minister following resentment against him and his son, and unrelenting calls for his removal by a section of the party's state unit.

 The Uttarakhand example is particularly interesting because, like Gujarat , the state will hold elections next year. Trivendra Rawat and Tirath Singh Rawat were both replaced with around six months to polls, underlining the BJP's willingness to take big decisions to retain power.

During Congress rule it was termed as Rubber Stamps in Sealed cover from Delhi

.....Now it's good for State & Country 

 

Ee propoganda or messaging opposition or local regional parties cheyali, lekapothe ilage bjp valla kreeda vallu aadathaaru

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