BJP leadership angry with the statements of former Chief Ministers, high command summoned both of them to Delhi

Uncomfortable with the statements of its two former Chief Ministers Trivendra Singh Rawat and Tirath Singh Rawat, the BJP leadership has adopted a tough stand. Along with instructing State President Mahendra Bhatt to talk to both the former Chief Ministers, the leadership summoned both of them to Delhi. Trivendra Singh Rawat met National President JP Nadda on Thursday and presented his case. Another former Chief Minister Teerath Singh Rawat will also appear before the central leaders and clear his stand. On the other hand, the Congress has started attacking the BJP by seizing this issue.

The BJP swept to power with a two-thirds majority:
Under the leadership of Pushkar Singh Dhami, the BJP swept to power with a two-thirds majority. This was the first time after the formation of the state, when a party won two consecutive assembly elections. Naturally, the central leadership again reposed faith in Dhami and handed over the post of chief minister despite his defeat in the assembly elections. Due to this, Dhami’s political stature increased significantly. Dhami has completed six months of his second term as Chief Minister and during this he took several important decisions. Despite all this, the statements of some senior BJP leaders are creating an uncomfortable situation for the government and the party from time to time.

Trivendra expressed unhappiness over the construction works of Smart City:
Recently the statements of two former Chief Ministers Trivendra Singh Rawat and Tirath Singh Rawat were in discussion. Trivendra spoke about the works of Dehradun Smart City, which indirectly seemed to put the state government in the dock. He expressed unhappiness over the construction works of Smart City. On the other hand, the second former Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat gave a bold statement on work culture, corruption and commission. Although Tirath made it clear the very next day that he had spoken in the context of 22 years after the formation of the state and not of any particular government.

The political atmosphere heated up after the statements:
After these statements in the media and internet media, the political atmosphere got heated. BJP leaders were also taken aback by this. Both these episodes reached the central leadership as well. Expressing strong displeasure over this, the high command called State President Mahendra Bhatt to Delhi. Bhatt met National General Secretary Organization BL Santosh and state in-charge Dushyant Kumar Gautam in Delhi on Wednesday.
Bhatt described the meeting as focused on the discussion related to the organization, but sources say that during this mainly the recent statements of both the former Chief Ministers were discussed. The BJP state president said that the central leadership asked him to talk to both former chief ministers Trivendra Singh Rawat and Tirath Singh Rawat regarding their statements. He has spoken to both. He has been told that any issue should be kept on the party forum instead of the media. If statements are otherwise publicized, please explain immediately.

Trivendra Singh Rawat met National President JP Nadda:
BJP state president Mahendra Bhatt said that the state level leaders should present their views before the chief minister, the state organization and the national president. After this, Trivendra Singh Rawat, who reached Delhi on Thursday, met National President JP Nadda. Trivendra himself also gave this information by tweeting and said that during this period contemporary topics related to the state were discussed. Bhatt said that former Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat will also meet the central leaders soon and present his views.
According to sources, the BJP leadership is not happy with the situation. Especially, now that about one and a half year is left for the Lok Sabha elections, such developments not only make the party leaders uncomfortable, but also affect the morale of the workers. Then the way the Congress started attacking the BJP by making this subject a political issue, it has also forced the leadership to take a tough stand.

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