Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani Resigns; Congress Leader Srinivas BV taunted on Narendra Modi and Amit Shah

Congress leader Srinivas BV took a jibe at Vijay Rupani’s resignation. Taking the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, he has said that this is the result of their anger.

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has resigned ahead of next year’s Gujarat Assembly elections. In his address to the media after submitting his resignation to the Governor, he said that now the development journey of Gujarat will proceed under the new leadership. Youth Congress National President Srinivas BV has quipped on his resignation. Taking the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, he has said that this is the result of their anger.

In a tweet made from his official Twitter handle, the Congress leader wrote that BJP has not been able to make MLA Procurement Chief Minister for a long time, hence fired its own Chief Minister.

He tweeted, “It’s a pity for not being able to buy MLAs and make them the Chief Minister, Modi-Shah are removing their own Chief Ministers in BJP ruled states… In this episode the CM of Gujarat also got elected.”

Filmmaker Vinod Kapri has also targeted the BJP central leadership over Vijay Rupani’s resignation. He tweeted, “The way senior cabinet ministers are resigned overnight, chief ministers are being forcibly removed without notice – the Bharatiya Janata Party should worry the most about this. By destroying all the institutions of the country, two people are taking the party towards the apocalypse.

Retired IAS officer Surya Pratap Singh has also slammed BJP over Vijay Rupani’s resignation. He wrote, ‘Rupani also left. Whose number next? How many CMs will you change to stop anti incumbency?

Who will be the next Chief Minister of Gujarat? The situation is not clear on this yet. When Vijay Rupani was asked this question, he said that the party will decide it. Vijay Rupani became the Chief Minister of Gujarat in the year 2017. For some time, there were reports of rift between the state government and the organization.

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