Virbhadra Singh lashed out at Dhumal for vicious campaign against him and confirmed no cabinet reshuffle at present


By: Mohan Lal Verma

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh said that an administrative tribunal for the state government employees would be set up in state soon. It will have two benches one at Shimla and another at Dharamshala. He said that the central government has given its approval to the state government for the proposed tribunal that was badly needed for the state.

While talking to Hamirpur based reporters at Sujanpur, he said that he is in no hurry to expand or reshuffle his council of ministers as it has been working well and to best satisfaction of the people.

He also hit out at former chief Minister, Prem Kumar Dhumal for launching a vicious camping against him and his family property. He said that since CBI has already enquired about his property and there is no need for Dhumal to worry.

Mr. Singh said that Mr. Dhumal should worry about his own property and the proposal of the Vigilance Bureau to get it enquired from the CBI. He said that such investigations were on basis of a memorandum submitted by the Congress party to the President of India and Himachal Pradesh Governor during the Dhumal’s regime as Chief Minister. He said that whatever investigations would be held would be transparent.

Talking about the Central University he put to rest all speculations that it would be located in Dehra area of Kangra district. He said that it would be located in areas adjoining Dharamshala. However, some of the colleges of the University would be located in the Dehra area, the Chief Minister said.

He described the allegations of BJP Member Parliament, Anurag Thakur as false and contrary to facts adding that Anuarg Thakur is yet to mature politically. He is still a novice in the political set up despite advancement of his age. He asked Anurag Thakur to give statements or speak on political issues after proper verifications.

He also hits out at the Central Government for ignoring Himachal Pradesh in matter of development and said that not even a single penny has been received by the State for development since the dawn of BJP led government at center.

Earlier, he dedicated projects worth twenty-eight crore rupees to the people of the district and also addressed public meetings at Patlander. While addressing  people, he said that whatever Hamirpur today is, because of the Congress party and its able leadership. He said that Hamirpur has become a major center of politics and the credit for this also goes to the Congress party.

He gave a call to people to have faith in the policies and programs of  Congress party and reject the BJP in all coming elections.


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