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Himachal Chief Minister On Cross-Voting By MLAs :”Sold Their Souls”

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Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu expressed deep concern on Friday over the actions of certain Congress MLAs during the recent Rajya Sabha election. He lamented that despite party ethics, some members chose to cross-vote, a move he described as a betrayal of both the party and the trust of the state’s people.

Addressing a gathering in Dharampur, Kasauli Assembly constituency, Sukhu emphasized that those who deviated from party lines and disregarded the sentiments of the public would face consequences, not only politically but also spiritually.

Sukhu highlighted the abstention of six rebel Congress MLAs during the budget passing session, alleging their complicity in a purported coup orchestrated by the BJP. He accused the rival party of discomfort with his government’s efforts in combating corruption and initiating welfare programs.

Asserting his commitment to the state’s welfare, Sukhu declared his unwavering stance against any attempts to undermine the state’s prosperity through corruption or conspiracies. He reassured the public of his dedication to serving them, emphasizing their support as his driving force.

Moreover, Sukhu criticized his predecessor, Jairam Thakur, accusing him of harboring a thirst for power. Despite challenges, Sukhu reiterated his determination to complete his government’s full term.

Echoing Sukhu’s sentiments, Chief Parliamentary Secretary Sanjay Awasthi condemned attempts to destabilize the government through financial influence, labeling such actions as antithetical to democratic principles and bringing disgrace upon Himachal Pradesh.

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