On Frankly Speaking, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami joins Times Now Senior Editor Navika Kumar and shares his politice journey . CM Dhami spoke about his committed to take forward BJP’s development agenda, and taking everyone along as a team. CM Dhami said there is no difference in the thinking of his government to that of Uttar Pradesh, when asked about Yogi Aditynath's decision to allow Kanwar Yatra in the state. This comes after Uttarakhand cancelled the Yatra in the state after the Indian Medical Association's recommendation in wake of the possible third wave. On 4th of July, Pushkar Singh Dhami took oath as the 11th Chief Minister of Uttarakhand after Tirath Singh Rawat resigned from the post, having served for a highly controversial four months.
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