Hamirpur (HP), November 26 (UNI) The social media wing of the Congress party HP said that after losing all four byelections in the state, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur was forced to admit that inflation was the main root cause of the party’s election defeat.
In a statement released today, President and Congress social media spokesman Abhishek Rana said that after the landslide by-election defeat, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur was being forced to face big problems like unemployment and inflation. Now the chief minister has been forced to admit their defeat was due to excess enthusiasm and internal party struggles in addition to inflation, Rana said.
He said: “It is clear that the Chief Minister is blaming his own party and his workers without taking responsibility for the defeat. Here, the BJP state government should understand that the reason for this defeat is neither the excess enthusiasm nor the sympathy of the people towards Congress, but the people chose the right and chose the progress of his region because the BJP government has failed to accelerate the pace of progress in the state ”.
Rana said the common man is suffering and facing various issues which have always been ignored by the state’s BJP government. “The defeat in the by-elections is a message that the people of Himachal are unhappy with the twin-engine government and are unhappy with their policies as well. In the 2022 elections, his full result will be presented to the government of Jairam Thakur by the people of the state. “
He claimed that in the next election, the Congressional government would be formed in Himachal Pradesh with a massive mandate, as the people want the progress of the state and this was only possible when the Congress party was in power. to be able to.
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