Uttarakhand Governor Baby Rani Maurya resigned from her post on Wednesday. The President has accepted his resignation. Governor’s secretary BK Sant has confirmed this. Discussions have also started regarding who will be the next governor of Uttarakhand.
Baby Rani Maurya took over as the Governor of Uttarakhand on 26 August 2018. On August 26, he completed his three-year term. There are many speculations about his resignation. BJP can use them in the UP assembly elections.
Significantly, Maurya has had a good influence in the Agra region of UP. She has been the mayor of Agra. She was also a member of the National Commission for Women from 2002 to 2005. In such a situation, speculations are that she can be given a big responsibility in the assembly elections.
Emphasis on empowering women financially
Recently, Baby Rani Maurya had interacted with the media after completing three years in the post of Governor. He emphasized the issues of financially empowering women in the state. He said that the women of the state are hardworking and combative. Concrete efforts will be made in the future for the better cooperation that women can be given from Raj Bhavan.
Himachal governor may get charge
The situation regarding the new governor of Uttarakhand is not clear yet. There was a discussion in the political circles that Himachal Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arelkar may get an additional charge of Uttarakhand state.
Baby Rani Maurya was the second woman governor of Uttarakhand
Baby Rani Maurya, a resident of Agra, who took over as the governor in Uttarakhand three years ago, was the second woman governor of the state. Before him, Margaret Alva had been the governor of the state.