Dhumal Trying to Create 'Political Instability' in Himachal: HPCC

Dhumal Trying to Create 'Political Instability' in Himachal: HPCC

Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee today lashed out at former Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal saying he was trying to create 'political instability' in the state by repeatedly making statements regarding early Assembly elections.

"Dhumal is trying to create an atmosphere of instability in the state by making statements that Assembly elections would be held before completion of full-term but it is only his wishful thinking and an attempt to hide the frustration following stunning defeat of the BJP in recent Panchayat and local body polls," chief spokesman of HPCC Naresh Chauhan said.

Chauhan claimed that Dhumal was making such 'undemocratic' statements, only to remain in limelight but his efforts to create trust deficit between the government and the people would fail and he would be exposed.

He said that BJP had fielded candidates for panchayat elections and the panel of candidates were announced by Dhumal and state BJP chief Satpal Singh Satti, even though the Panchayat elections were not held on party symbols.

"BJP was expecting huge support from the general public in panchayat elections but instead suffered shocking defeat which appears to be the reason for Dhumal making such childish statements," Chauhan said.

Thanking the people for their overwhelming support to Congress party in Panchayat and Urban local body elections, he said that it proved that the people were satisfied with the performance of the Congress-led government during past three years.

Chauhan said that the victory of over 75 per cent Congress party affiliated Pradhan, Up-Pradhan, BDC, Zila Parishad, Nagar Parishad and Nagar Panchayat members proved that the government was able to fulfil the aspirations of the general people in its three-year-rule.

He asked Dhumal to accept the reality that the government would complete its full-term and return to power after the next Assembly polls, slated for December 2017.


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