Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu will remain CM of Himachal till elections


Now the political crisis in Himachal seems to be calming down. Where there were discussions throughout the day on wednesday whether chief minister sukhwinder singh Sukhu may resign or the party high command may ask for his resignation. But, chief minister Sukhu put an end to all the speculations while talking to the media on wednesday evening. He said that neither the high command nor anyone else has asked for my resignation. The congress government will complete its 5-year tenure in Himachal. Meanwhile, news has come out quoting sources that sukhwinder singh Sukhu is going to remain the chief minister of Himachal till the lok sabha elections. The party high command does not want to take any risk before the lok sabha elections.

Observers sent by the high command calmed the atmosphere

In view of the political crisis in Himachal, three observers were sent by the delhi high command. Before the lok sabha elections, congress started an exercise from delhi to prevent possible losses. congress President mallikarjun Kharge sent Bhupendra Singh Hooda, Bhupesh Baghel, DK Shivkumar to Shimla. Who interacted with party MLAs. Meanwhile, congress General Secretary jairam ramesh said that mallikarjun Kharge, after talking to all the MLAs, asked the observers and state congress in-charge rajeev Shukla to submit their reports soon.

Ruckus created in congress after victory of bjp candidate

Let us tell you that there was a ruckus in Himachal congress during the rajya sabha elections held on 27th February. Actually, congress has 40 MLAs in Himachal. Whereas bjp has 25 MLAs and 3 independents supported them. In the rajya sabha elections, congress candidate abhishek Manu Singhvi and bjp candidate Harsh Mahajan both got 34-34 votes. After this the winner of the election was declared through draw. 6 congress MLAs supported Harsh Mahajan by cross-voting, due to which the politics of the state heated up and clouds of crisis started looming over the government.

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