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    If the CM proves to be good, should he resign for want of being elected ?

    Sometimes the ruling party selects a person to lead as the CM of the state irrespective of he being a Parliament member or even no member of the assembly. And the party has the priviledge to ask any member to resign as ask the CM candidate to contest and get elected. But sometimes the EC is not cooperating and this time the best example being the Uttarakhand CM who has to resign as the EC failed to hold by elections in time and thus he was forced to tender his resignations. Why there is no coordination by center and EC on this matter ?
  • #735958
    Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat submitted his resignation to Governor Baby Rani Maurya. The reason cited by him is that the Election Commission may not complete the process of byelections by September 10th. But the actual reason may be something different. That actual point may not surface out easily. Now all the BJP leaders will meet and select an MLA as their Chief Minister.
    If a person who is neither an MLA nor an MLC, cam become the Chief Minister of the State. But he should get elected as MLA or MLC within six months from the date of becoming the CM. He may be a very good leader and maybe doing a very good job he can't be CM even a day more than 6 months.
    Even an elected MLA also has to resign from his CM post if his party wants him to resign. In this Uttarakhand case, I think that his party high command wants to change the CM of the stats and asked him to resign. It is not a problem of coordination between the central government and the Election Commission, I feel.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #735970
    Why the EC is not taking note of what is happening in any state ?
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease


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