Former CM Trivendra met PM Modi and Amit Shah, may get big responsibility
Trivendra Singh Rawat met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Parliament House for the first time after stepping down from the post of Chief Minister
Former Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday to discuss political issues and preparations for the assembly elections. Political meanings are being extracted that Trivendra gets some important responsibility for meeting the top leaders of the party.
Trivendra Singh Rawat met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Parliament House for the first time after stepping down from the post of Chief Minister. During this, he interacted with the PM for about 20 minutes on the political issues of the state and preparations for the upcoming elections. It was told that Trivendra gave suggestions regarding the upcoming elections in the state. He also expressed his gratitude to the Prime Minister for the cooperation received from the Center during his four-year tenure as Chief Minister. After this, Trivendra met Home Minister Amit Shah and thanked him for the cooperation.
Former CM Trivendra Singh Rawat will again meet Home Minister Amit Shah and National President JP Nadda after August 15. The way PM and Amit Shah gave time to Trivendra amid a very busy schedule, it is being speculated that Trivendra can play an important role in the coming days. According to party sources, the party is considering giving him some responsibility in the organization.
I had a courtesy call with Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. I thanked them for making me the Chief Minister for four years and giving full support from the Centre. I thank them for giving me time. They listened to my suggestions very seriously said Trivendra Singh Rawat, former Chief Minister.