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Himachal Pradesh crisis averted for Congress? CM Sukhu and Pratibha Singh came together – India TV Hindi

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CM Sukhwinder Sukhu and Pratibha Singh

Shimla: The political crisis that hit the Himachal Pradesh government now seems to be averted. Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu and State Congress President Pratibha Singh are seen coming together. Both the leaders were seen together in a press conference on Thursday. Speaking in this conference, Pratibha Singh said that we are sad that we could not win the Rajya Sabha seat.

The party was and is strong – Pratibha Singh

He said that we are sad that we could not win the Rajya Sabha seat of Himachal Pradesh. Now we are moving ahead from this and will work together for the next challenge which is the Lok Sabha elections. He said that the Congress party was strong in the state earlier and is strong even now. He said that whatever issues we had raised have been conveyed to the high command and a solution will be found soon.

There is no controversy now – Bhupinder Singh Hooda

Bhupinder Singh Hooda, who came to the state as an observer, said that everyone knows the reasons why we lost the Rajya Sabha seat. But we have talked about this issue and all the issues have been resolved. There is no dispute now. He said that Sukhu will remain the Chief Minister of the state. A 6-member coordination committee will be formed. The names of its members will be announced by the high command. This committee will advise the government. On the dismissal of 6 MLAs, he said that it is the decision of the Speaker.

We have resolved all differences- DK Shivakumar

Whereas DK Shivakumar said that CM Sukhu has accepted that some mistakes have been made and they will not be repeated in future. We have spoken to all the MLAs and heard everyone’s problems. All differences have been resolved. We will all work together. He alleged that BJP was plotting to topple the government, which we have foiled. There is no crisis on the government.

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