Congress observers in Himachal met MLAs one by one


The crisis of congress government in himachal pradesh still continues. Meanwhile, congress central observers bhupinder singh Hooda and DK Shivakumar met party MLAs in Shimla. Both the observers held one-on-one meetings with the party MLAs at a hotel near the assembly building here, but the six MLAs who had cross-voted during the rajya sabha elections were not present in the city. Bhupendra Singh Hooda and Shivkumar were given the responsibility to resolve the crisis in the congress party after the rebellious attitude of six MLAs during the rajya sabha elections in Himachal Pradesh. Both reached shimla on wednesday (February 28) evening, but before the observers could reach, the cross-voting MLAs had left for Panchkula, Haryana.

congress observers met MLAs

According to PTI report, sources said that central observers Bhupendra Singh Hooda and DK Shivkumar discussed with the MLAs during the meeting at Cecil Hotel here and took feedback from them. State congress in-charge rajeev Shukla was also present during the meeting. industries minister harsh vardhan Chauhan, who met the observers, said that some rebels are in touch with chief minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu and the congress high command.

What did cm Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu say?

himachal pradesh chief minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu said, "We are forgiving by nature but the MLAs who cross-voted in favor of the bjp candidate during the rajya sabha elections should have respected the ideology of the party." The top leadership of the congress became active immediately after 6 congress MLAs voted in favor of the bjp candidate in the rajya sabha elections. To persuade and talk to the angry MLAs, congress President mallikarjun Kharge has put forward senior leaders Bhupendra Singh Hooda and DK Shivakumar. It is being said that mla cm Sukhwinder Singh, who has adopted a rebellious attitude, is angry with the working style of Sukhu.

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