Congress leaders race to Delhi before Himachal Pradesh election results, know why

Shimla. Before the Himachal Pradesh election results, many political meanings are being extracted from the Delhi race of many top leaders of the State Congress. The news is coming in such a way that for lobbying for the post of CM, the leaders are standing in the Delhi court. Meanwhile, Congress candidate from Theog assembly seat and former state president of the party, Kuldeep Rathore, who reached Delhi first, has advised the leaders to exercise restraint.

Congress national spokesperson Kuldeep Rathore said in the capital Shimla on Thursday that there are many challenges before the Congress, for the time being we should wait for the results, haste is not right. Please tell that Rathore is considered close to Rahul Gandhi and if the Congress government is formed, he can be awarded a big post. On this question, he said that he is not in any race.

Along with the victory from Theog, Kuldeep Rathore claimed the formation of the Congress government with absolute majority in the state. Regarding his visit to Delhi, he said that he is also the national spokesperson of the party and had gone to Delhi only to participate in pre-scheduled programs of the party.

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Let us inform that many leaders including Himachal Pradesh Congress President Pratibha Singh, Kaul Singh Thakur, Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu, Mukesh Agnihotri, Colonel Dhani Ram Shandil, Ram Lal Thakur, Anirudh Singh, Vikramaditya Singh have met top party leaders in Delhi, Many of these leaders are still stuck in Delhi.

Congress leaders are denying on camera that they are in Delhi for any kind of lobbying. But, the indication is that the Congress is confident of winning the elections and hence is already busy in formulating the upcoming strategy. All the leaders are saying in one voice that the MLAs and the high command of the party will decide who will become the chief minister. It is also known that the dinner diplomacy of leaders has also started in Delhi.

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