Shimla Dec, 22 (UNI) Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today expressed confidence that rapid development of the state during the Cogress government's rule had made people to vote to bring the Party back in power again.
''Our government, if it makes sound comeback will only concentrate upon the developmental issues and not launch probes against the political opponents,'' Mr Singh said claiming that during Prem Kumar Dhumal's BJP regime, political opponents were harrassed.
''The main concern of the government should be development of the state, and full attention is needed to be paid on the commitments made in the election menifesto,'' he said.
He alleged that Prem Kumar Dhumal during his past tenure, had violently tried to suppress the political opponents.
''Turning a blind eye to the promises he made in the election manifesto, he only concentrated upon filing cases against the political opponents'' Mr Singh claimed.