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Congress chief ministerial candidate Virbhadra Singh on Thursday said that he is certain of the party winning with full majority in the ongoing Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday urged the people of Himachal Pradesh to come out and vote in "record numbers" for the assembly election underway in the state.
Himachal Pradesh today recorded its highest polling in assembly elections with 74 per cent of voters exercising their franchise, the Election Commission said.
The BJP is carpet-bombing the Kangra valley with rallies by top leaders, in an indication that it could again play a key role in deciding the winner of the November 9 Himachal Pradesh elections.
The election is a big test for the incumbent Congress to retain one of the few states in which it is power.
The Congress and the BJP are banking on the clout their old guards wield over voters to reap gains in the Himachal lections.
Even while half the population of Himachal Pradesh is aged between 18-40, the electoral battle in Shimla has been confined to two elders Virbhadra Singh, 83, and BJP's Prem Kumar Dhumal, 73.
Sukh Ram's s son Anil Sharma, who is fighting from Mandi constituency, switched over to the BJP from the Congress days ahead of November 9 polls.
"Deference of the Women's Reservation Bill is BJP has gone back on its primary manifesto promise for women. And it was only the beginning," he said.
While half the population of Himachal Pradesh is aged between 18-40, the electoral battle in Shimla is between two seniors—CM Virbhadra Singh, 83, and BJP’s Prem Kumar Dhumal, 73
The war of veterans in Himachal Pradesh got a bit personal over who fought corruption better as chief minister Virbhadra Singh, 83 attacked BJP chief ministerial nominee Prem Kumar Dhumal, 73.
Congress created 75k jobs in 5 years. Now it’s promising 1.5 lakh if Himachal’s voters will give it another chance
With an eye on the seats in Kangra, the Himachal Chief minister announced that Dharamshala would be the hill state’s second capital.
Virbhadra Singh government created 75,000 jobs in five years. Now it’s promising 1.5 lakh in its next term. If Himachal’s voters will give it another chance.
A court on Tuesday adjourned hearing in the disproportionate assets case against Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his wife Pratibha Singh to November 30.