Will political instability in five years spoils BJP in Uttarakhand ?
BJP has changed three chief ministers in five years. Just few months before the elections it has changed the CM and appointed hardcore RSS man, Pushkar Singh Dhami for CM post.
Dehradun: Providing political stability in the state put ruling BJP on the backfoot in Uttarakhand Assembly elections.
Congress-led opposition highlighted the political instability in the state as the main elections agenda. The BJP has changed three Chief Ministers in the five years.
Opposition parties have highlighted the internal bickerings of the ruling party which led to the change of the chief ministers in the state.
Expect N.D Tiwari who was given a stable government from 2002 to 2007, there been constant political instability in the state since the inception of the state in 2000.
Elections will be held in Uttarakhand on February 14. BJP has appointed Trivendra Singh Rawat as the Chief Minister, later he has making way for Tirath Singh Rawat in 2021, party BJP high-command asked for his resignation and appointed Pushkar Singh Dhami as the Chief Minister just a few months left for Assembly polls.
BJP has hopeful to come back to power. But Opposition has campaigned that BJP has failed to provide political stability in the state.
Congress is fighting hard to come back to power in the hilly state. AAP too promises better and corruption-free governance in the state.