Tirath Singh Rawat was appointed as Uttarakhand’s tenth chief minister.

Tirath Singh Rawat was appointed as Uttarakhand's tenth chief minister.

Garhwal MP Tirath Singh Rawat has become the tenth Chief Minister of Uttarakhand in Uttarakhand. His name suddenly surfaced at the BJP Legislature Board meeting on Wednesday. Acting Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat proposed the name of Tirath Singh. Governor Baby Rani Maurya administered him the oath of office and secrecy at the Raj Bhavan.

Tirath Singh Rawat, who has an RSS background, is a Garhwal MP and has also been the state president of the Uttarakhand BJP. He has held the post of the party’s state organization general secretary.

He was counted among the most loyal leaders of Major General BC Khanduri. In the last Lok Sabha election in front of Tirath, there was a dilemma when he had to contest from his Guru’s son from the Garhwal seat. In this seat, he defeated Manish Khanduri, son of General Khanduri.

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