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Amidst the displeasure of MLAs, Congress high command asks for resignation from CM Sukhu – India TV Hindi

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Amidst the displeasure of MLAs, Congress high command asks for resignation from CM Sukhu – India TV Hindi

Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu,...- India TV Hindi

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Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu, Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh

Shimla: In Himachal, Chief Minister Sukhu may now have to resign. The news is that amid the displeasure of the MLAs, the Congress high command has sought resignation from CM Sukhu. Now a new leader will be elected for the Chief Minister in Himachal Pradesh. From the party side, DK Shivkumar and Bhupendra Singh Hooda are present in Shimla as observers. According to the information, the new leader will be elected in the Congress Legislature Party meeting at 5 pm.

Pratibha Singh and Mukesh Agnihotri in CM race

The names of Pratibha Singh and Mukesh Agnihotri are at the forefront in the race for the post of Chief Minister. Pratibha Singh Gud has claimed the support of 20 MLAs. Now the new leader will be selected in the legislature party meeting at 5 pm.

Vikramaditya Singh resigned

Earlier in a press conference, Vikramaditya Singh, son of former Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and minister in the Sukhu cabinet, announced his resignation from the post of minister. He is MLA from Shimla (Rural). Vikramaditya Singh accused Sukhu of ignoring the MLAs. After the resignation of Vikramaditya Singh, the dissatisfaction of Congress members has come to the fore. The Congress had on Tuesday lost the election from the state’s only Rajya Sabha seat to the Bharatiya Janata Party. Congress MLAs cross-voted and gave victory to the BJP candidate. In such a situation, to save its government from collapse, Congress is having to work hard to keep its MLAs united.

15 BJP MLAs suspended, House proceedings adjourned

Himachal Pradesh Assembly Speaker Kuldeep Singh Pathania on Wednesday suspended 15 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLAs, including Leader of Opposition Jai Ram Thakur, and then adjourned the House. BJP MLAs were suspended on charges of misbehavior and sloganeering in the House. Thakur told reporters in the morning, “We fear that Assembly Speaker Kuldeep Singh Pathania may suspend BJP MLAs so that the budget can be passed in the Assembly.” He said it has become clear from the Rajya Sabha elections that the Congress government. Is in minority. Thakur demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu. The decision to suspend the MLAs has come a day after the BJP won the lone Rajya Sabha seat of Himachal Pradesh on Tuesday.

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