CM's seat may be decided in BJP’s Contemplation camp
In the Contemplation camp, the BJP can also decide on the seat to contest the by-election for the Chief Minister
BJP can decide on the seat to contest the by-election of the Chief Minister in the 3 days Contemplation Camp of BJP that was started on Sunday. The opposition is also attacking the BJP due to the decision of the Chief Minister's seat. This question is even making the BJP insiders uncomfortable that is why the chances of deciding on the seat are high. On the other hand, the eyes of all the workers are also on the distribution of responsibility since the CM is changed.
All the workers who have got the responsibility in the Trivendra government are expected something from the new CM Tirath, there is some resentment among those who are removed. However, the government is also making up its mind to reward the workers with the responsibility before the elections. Before going to the elections, BJP can give this responsibility to its workers. The Chief Minister and the BJP State President have also spoken about the distribution of responsibilities to the workers soon. According to sources, the situation will also be clarified on the distribution of responsibility in the Contemplation camp.
Roadmap for 2022 will be ready in Chintan Shivir: Kaushik
BJP State President Madan Kaushik said that in the Contemplation camp / Chintan Shivir, the present situation of the state and the roadmap for the 2022 elections will be prepared. During the Covid period, BJP workers extended their help to the people till the booth level. The discussion about Covid is also necessary because the opposition was limited to just pasting their posters and demonstrating. The opposition did not appear to stand with the general public but was only trying to find faults and highlight them. He had no time for service work. The opposition could do nothing except create an atmosphere of fear among the people and was ready for a tool kit-like conspiracy. Kaushik said that the roadmap for the 2022 elections will be discussed in the camp.