Infight of ministers of politically sensitive Kangra district comes out


By : Arvind Sharma

The infight of the ministers of politically sensitive Kangra district of Himachal has came out of the Youth congress leaders. Newly elected youth president from Kangra- Chamba constituency of Himachal, Nitu Choudhary indirectly raised voice towards one young minister of the state for pushing back the OBC candidates in recently held youth congress elections. She alleged, “Some of the leaders in the nearby constituency who are also holding big portfolio in the Congress government tried to capture their booths and also tried to defeat them by any means.”

In a press conference held at Dharamshala on Thursday, she said that the attempt of that leader failed and most of the OBC leaders got elected under the blessings of transport minister G.S. Bali who taught them to work hard and struggle for truth.

In this press meeting transport minister’s son and former Vice President of state youth congress, Raghuvir S. Bali said, “I served youth congress for last two years and was declared the top performer in the state for my work to lead and carry membership and training programs of the party not only in Kangra but also in the state.”

Greeting the newly elected Youth Congress President Vikramaditya the son of Chief minister Virbhadra Singh, R.S. Bali said, “Newly elected committee will achieve dream of national president of Youth congress Rahul Gandhi.”

Meanwhile, other members of newly elected committee Shekhar Shetty, Vijay Sehgal, Sunil Bharmouri, Munish Saini, Akshay Sharma, Shiva Chauhan, Surjeet Bharmouri, Ankush Sharma demanded from high command that due to the hard work for building a huge network in the state and morally boosting the principal of youth congress in the youth of the state the ticket of MP for Kangra-Chamba constituency should be allotted to R.S. Bali for confirm victory.

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