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'I Can’t Wish Away Anybody’

CM Maj Gen (retd) B.C. Khanduri, who seems like the BJP’s only card in Uttarakhand, spoke on his party's prospects

'I Can’t Wish Away Anybody’
'I Can’t Wish Away Anybody’
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CM Maj Gen (retd) B.C. Khanduri seems like the BJP’s only card in Uttarakhand. He spoke to Outlook about the party’s prospects. Excerpts:

You’re fighting ‘anti-incumbency’ despite becoming CM only six months ago! How tough is this election?

All elections are tough. Particularly in a small state like Uttarakhand, where the constituencies are very small and there are many aspirants. Then we have geographical problems, hills, plains, semi-plains. Also, as CM I didn’t get adequate time to prepare. But anyway, I have done whatever could be done.

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