India News | Deputy Chairman of Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee resigns from post

Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh) [India]Sep 16 (ANI): The Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee has suffered a major setback as Deputy Chairman of the State Congress Committee, Ram Lal Thakur resigned from his post.

Ram Lal Thakur is a senior Congress official in Bilaspur District and former Minister and Naina Devi Assembly Member and currently Deputy Chairman of the State Congress Committee.

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He announced his resignation at a press conference in Bilaspur on September 16. While announcing their resignation from the post of vice president, he declared that he would remain in the Congress party and participate in all the work done by Congress.

Ram Lal Thakur is not in the running to become chief minister.

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Ramlal Thakur said, “One in three people in the State Congress Committee is running for Chief Minister, but he is not in this race.”

He clearly stated that he was not in the race for CM at all, and that he could never think so, he said “he always worked under the orders of the State Congressional Committee“.

“I am not one of those who will leave the party or join others, I will stay in the Congress itself. Everyone in the party works in a different way some go one way some go another. I will remain chairman of the election management committee, but I do not want to work as vice-chairman of the HPCC,” he added.

“I am not asking for any position or membership of the committee, but the party tickets should be given to those who can win. The leaders are marching in different directions which will harm the party ahead of the assembly elections,” Ram said. Lal Thakur. .

The Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee says the issue will be resolved by senior management. Chief spokesman and chairman of the media wing of the state congressional committee, Naresh Chauhan, said that “Thakur has not yet tendered his resignation to the state party in charge of the chief of the ‘State Party and High Command’. He said the party was trying to contact him and the matter would be resolved. (ANI)

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