Sena leaders said it has been almost three months since the loan waiver was announced, but farmers are yet to get benefits.
56-year-old Rawat, who has been elected for the third time from the the Doiwala assembly seat in the state, was chosen as CM after a meeting with the party MLAs yesterday.
Trivendra Singh Rawat will take the oath of office along with his council of ministers in Dehradun on Saturday, PM Modi, Amit Shah to attend the ceremony.
After an active association with the RSS for nearly 14 years, he was made BJP’s organisational secretary.
Trivendra Singh Rawat will take oath as chief minister tomorrow around 3 pm in the presence of senior party leaders Amit Shah and JP Nadda.
The result of this seat was withheld following complaints of malfunction of the EVM at a booth.
BJP state chief Ajay Bhatt, who lost from his home seat of Ranikhet, will meet party chief Amit Shah and Pandey on Wednesday.
Counting will be undertaken and the results will be declared tomorrow itself.
Given Modi's preference for relatively young faces, the contention of Khanduri, Koshiyari and Maharaj for CM looks comparatively weak.
Central leaders, including party chief Amit Shah and state in-charge Shyam Jaju, have clarified that the new CM need not be from the state.
BJP won a record 56 out of a total of 70 seats in Uttarakhand reducing ruling Congress to a meagre 11 seats.
Counting will undertaken and the results will be declared the same evening, it said.
With 57 or over 80 per cent of the total 70 seats, this is, perhaps, one of the most comprehensive victories for the BJP in any state ever.
While Independents got a reasonable 10 per cent vote, and the BSP received 7 per cent, their total seat tally, however, ended at just two.
After worst ever loss, Congress has to find new leaders quickly, or it faces ejection from popular imagination.
The BJP fought the election only on Narendra Modi plank and the result shows the hopes riding on it.
The Bharatiya Janata Party BJP headed for a stunning victory in Uttarakhand with 57 seats, whereas the Congress bagged 11.
Rawat's loss comes as a massive setback for the Congress even as rival BJP on Saturday attributed their poor show to a complete rejection of his leadership.
Rawat became CM of Uttarakhand in May 2016 after sitting CM Vijay Bahuguna joined BJP along with eight other party leaders.
Uttarakhand election results 2017: As per the latest results, the Congress is likely staring at a defeat in the state with the BJP racing past the party with a good margin of seats as Uttarakhand election results 2017 trickle in.