Terming the BJP government in Himachal Pradesh as a ‘government of unemployment, inflation and loot’, the Congress said on Tuesday that the issues being raised by Rahul Gandhi through “Bharat Jodo Yatra” are echoing in Himachal. The Bharatiya Janata Party is nervous. Senior party leader Randeep Surjewala also alleged that Jai Ram Thakur is the country’s most “corrupt chief minister” and the head of a failed government, which the people of the state will reject in this election test. Surjewala claimed that the Congress was headed for a two-thirds majority in Himachal Pradesh.
‘Rahul is traveling to awaken a new light’
When asked whether Rahul Gandhi would campaign in Himachal Pradesh, Surjewala said, “When the Congress government is formed with the blessings of the people, Rahul Gandhiji will attend it and give his blessings.” “Rahul ji is traveling 3570 kms to awaken a new light. The BJP is terrified and scared of all the issues that Rahul Gandhi is raising. The echo of these issues is in Himachal Pradesh.” Responding to a question, Surjewala claimed, “The Congress is headed for a two-thirds majority in Himachal Pradesh. The Chief Minister and many BJP ministers will find it difficult to save their seats.”
‘Darkness is spreading in every house in the state’
Surjewala said, “The darkness of inflation is spreading in every household in Himachal. Today every family has to cut down on the cost of cooking. The price of cooking gas has gone up by 180 percent. The price of petrol and diesel has also gone up.” There has been a huge increase. Food items have also increased a lot. Inflation has become a scourge for the people of Himachal. are going to do.
‘Modi ji and Jairam ji both are big jumlebaaz’
Surjewala alleged, “Both Modi ji and Jairam ji are big jumlebaaz. Modi ji had promised two crore jobs, everyone knows what happened to this promise. Jairam ji gave jobs to the youth and opened BPOs in every village.” Many promises were made including but those promises were not fulfilled. “Today, eight years later, on the sixth anniversary of demonetisation, the time has come to punish the BJP for the injury of votes,” he said. Surjewala also said that the time has come to teach a lesson to the government of unemployment, inflation, loot and lies. Polling for all 68 assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh will be held on November 12. Counting of votes will take place on December 8.
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