Vijay Rupani has become the fourth BJP chief minister to be removed in the last six months. Vijay Rupani resigned as Chief Minister on Saturday, almost 15 months before the Gujarat Assembly elections. Before Vijay Rupani, BJP-ruled Uttarakhand, Karnataka and Gujarat have become the fourth replacement chief ministers in six months.
It may be recalled that the BJP had in March appointed Lok Sabha member Tirath Singh Rawat as the Chief Minister replacing the then Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat. In July, Tirath Singh Rawat was removed and replaced by two-time MLA Pushkar Singh Dhami as Chief Minister. After Uttarakhand, the BJP won the BJP. S. Yeddyurappa to B.C. S. Baumai was given the charge of Chief Minister. A party leader claimed that the chief ministers of Gujarat and Karnataka had been replaced to bring new leadership to the state. He said that there was a lot of resentment in Karnataka against the Chief Minister and his son.
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