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“Changing the Chief Minister will not cover the failure of the Prime Minister, so change the CM not the PM”

With Gujarat Assembly elections one year away, the day after Chief Minister Vijay Rupani resigned on Saturday Bhupendra Rajinikanth Patel is the Chief Minister Fell down Patel’s name was announced after a long meeting of the Gujarat BJP. Bhupendra Patel has been elected to the Legislative Assembly from Ghatlodia constituency. In the form of Bhupendra Patel, the post of Chief Minister of Gujarat has gone to the Patidar community. The BJP has replaced five chief ministers in the last six months. That is why the Congress is now targeting the BJP government in power at the Center and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Congress has launched a #CM_No_PM_Change campaign on Twitter in an attempt to underline Modi’s failure as Prime Minister.

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The BJP has failed everywhere and in all the states. The BJP has declared the whole of India a failure. The Congress has said that the failure of the Prime Minister will not be covered by changing the Chief Minister.

Overcoming the Corona crisis by vaccinating your people first is the surest solution. Why didn’t the Modi government understand this simple thing? When will the Modi government take the role of accepting its failure instead of hiding it ?, the Congress has said in another tweet. In this tweet, the statistics show that India lags far behind other developed countries in the number of fully vaccinated countries.

In another tweet, the Congress has said that Modi’s mantra is to take credit for himself and blame others.

The BJP changed five chief ministers in six months

After coming to power at the Center in 2014, the BJP, which has avoided changing the chief ministers of the states, has changed five chief ministers in the last six months. The BJP has changed the Chief Minister only out of resentment of the people, loss of confidence in the party leadership or blame for inefficiency. In Uttarakhand, Trivendra Singh Rawat was replaced by Tirath Singh Rawat in March. Rawat, who is a member of the Lok Sabha, was forced to resign in just 114 days as he could not be elected to the Assembly in six months. In less than four months, the BJP replaced two chief ministers in Uttarakhand.

When the BJP returned to power in Assam last May, it replaced Sarvanand Sonowal with Hemant Bishwa Sarma. The party had forced Karnataka Chief Minister Yeddyurappa to resign on the same day he completed his two-year term as chief minister for the fourth time. In Gujarat, Vijay Rupani has to step down from the post of Chief Minister as the Assembly elections are coming to a close.

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