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Back Stabbing Will Not Be Tolerated: CM

By Vijyender Sharma

SHIMLA: Back stabbing will not be tolerated at all and the persons involved in such activities will not be spared. Everybody in the state knows the persons who have been working against the interests of the Congress party and the Govt. in Himachal Pradesh.

Virbhadra Singh

This was revealed by Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh in the Congress Party Workers Conference organized here at Dharamshala today under the chairmanship of Sushil Shinde, former Union Home Minister and General Secretary, AICC.

Lambasting over the leaders and workers of the party engaged in anti party activities, he said that he loved the persons working for the party and in the interests of the State and not those who were involved against the interests of the party and mulching the party for their petty selfish interests. He said he need not to name such persons as their identity had already been known publicly. Such persons were working as agents of BJP.

The Chief Minister said emphatically that the Congress Party would again make the govt. in the State with thumping majority. He alleged that the BJP was involved in dividing the State on the basis of caste and creed and playing the politics of lower and upper Himachal and trying to sow the seeds of dissensions.

Virbhadra Singh said that the State had made a rapid and emphatic progress under various Congress regimes. The State was known as the hub of education and the bowl of fruit in the country today. A lot many educational institutions had been opened in the State during the present stint of the Govt. including 51 degree colleges. Progress and development made in other sectors like health, transport, agriculture, industry, tourism, power sector, irrigation and public health was itself speaking of the heights attained by the State.

Sushil Shinde, former Union Home Minister and General Secretary, AICC during his presidential address talked very high of the Chief Minister and said that the State made an overall rapid and sustainable progress under various regimes of Virbhadra Singh. He exuded confidence that Congress would repeat in the State with thumping majority and BJP would not be seen anywhere in the fray.

He said that it was for the second time that he had been given the responsibility of Himachal Pradesh. Earlier, it was in 1992 and Virbhadra Singh formed the Govt. in the State with high majority. He expressed hope that the Congress would again be in the service of the people of the state.

Earlier, Sudhir Sharma, local MLA and Urban Development Minister speaking on the occasion said that Dharamshala made a significant development in the last five years under the stewardship of Virbhadra Singh. This self speaking progress of the area was ensured in spite of the vehement opposition of the persons playing petty politics, he added.

State Congress President Sukhvinder Sukhu also spoke on the occasion. He said that history would be repeated as the Congress was again going to form Govt. in the State.

Ranjeeta Ranjan Secretary, AICC also spoke and asked the workers to work hard so that the Congress might again get a chance to serve the people of the State.

Agriculture Minister Sujan Singh Pathania, Forest Minister Thakur Singh Bahrmouri, CPS Jagjivan Pal, M.L.A. Sanjay Rattan, Ajay Mahajan, Yadvinder Goma and Pawan Kajal and workers across the State were present in the Party Workers Conference.

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