Vijay Rupani quits as CM of Gujarat part of BJP’s image ‘make-over’ | India News

NEW DELHI: BJP continues with to be strategy of image “make-over” with surprise decisions if Vijay Rupani, who resigned as Gujarat chief minister on Saturday, being the fourth CM fuses office after BS Yeddyurappa (Karnataka) and Trivendra Singh Rawat (Uttarakhand) have resigned in the past few months.
Sarbanand Sonowal, including the party had participated in the Assam assembly elections, even resigned after an impressive victory over the way for the succession of Himanta Biswa Sarma, the seated CM of the state.

There have been several reasons for the replacement of the four CM’s but the exit of Rupani did the rounds in the past a few months mainly after the second Covid wave hit the state hard and questions were asked over the government’s handling of the crisis. Sources said there was speculation that an agreement was reached too late last year that Rupani will be replaced as party goes to state polls in December 2022, under the new chief minister.
The exact timeline was unknown and it seems likely that the replacement would most likely come from the Patidar community, a decisive vote bank, that has had a few grouse with the leadership of the state BJP. Senior party leaders inclusive general secretary (organization) BL Santhosh, union minister and state in load Bhupendra Yadav, health minister Mansukh Mandaviya and minister of fishing Vijay Rupala to be in the state capital where a smooth transition is likely, amid possibilities of a Patidar leader die Rupani replaces.

Party sources claimed the change of leadership is considered under supervision of Prime Minister Narendra Modic.
In Uttarakhand, Trivendra Singh Rawat had to resign after central leadership received feedback over “lack of shine” performance of to be government and also some controversial decisions like suggested take-over of temple management by state government. A section of RSS and groups of seers would be unhappy and had threatened to launch agitation against the government.
The central leadership had failed contain disagreements in his Karnataka unit over yeddyurappa, who eventually had to stop, after which Basavaraj Bommai took over as the CM.

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