BJP says Congress rule a black face on state
Rajendra Rana, the spokesman of Himachal BJP today charged the Congress for adopting unfair means to remain in power. He said that the ruling party was openly violating Model code of conduct.
Talking with reporters here this afternoon, he said that the last five years of the Congress were a big black spot on the face of the state. Nothing concrete was done as the government always cried about the shortage of finances.
The BJP spokesman said that the party would expose the anti people face of the Congress during elections.
Meanwhile, Deepak Sharma, the official spokesman of Hamirpur district Congress committee expressed optimism that the party would win all the five seats from the district this time and again form its government under Vir Bhadra Singh.
Talking with reporters here today, he claimed unity in the Congress and disunity amongst the BJP. He said that while Congress was working under Singh, the BJP is yet to announce its leader for the election. He said that development would be the main election plank of the party this time as the party had done a lot for the state during last five years.
Sharma said that a meeting of the district unit of party would be held here on October 27th to invite applications for the tickets for all the five assembly seats of the district. A sum of five thousand rupees would have to accompany along with the application form, he added.