The fate of Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat can be decided after the ongoing assembly elections in five states. The party, meanwhile, refrains from giving any negative message to the electoral states by making some changes. But if sources are to be believed, before the next assembly elections, a change of leadership has become necessary in the state. A dozen MLAs of the party, angry with Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, have sent a message to the party high command that if Rawat is retained as the chief minister, the party could suffer heavy losses in the next assembly election. The party had won a record 57 seats out of 70 seats in this hill state in the last assembly. Meanwhile, in the race of CM, the names of two state ministers Dhan Singh Rawat and Satpal Maharaj are being mentioned at the forefront. At the same time, the discussion is that if either of the two names is not agreed, then one of Nainital MP Ajay Bhatt and Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni can be handed over the reins of the state.