Sushma Swaraj’s Helicopter Not Allowed To Land At Nagrota Bagwan

Shimla: The helicopter carrying Sushma Swaraj for an election address at Gandhi Maidan in Nagrota Bagwan was not allowed to land as GS Bali the congress candidate from the constituency was holding a public meeting there.

Both Congress and BJP claimed that they had sought the permission from the concerned authorities for their respective purposes. The helicopter after taking three rounds was asked by the authorities to land at the Gaggal airport.

Surprisingly the helicopter was not allowed to land at Gaggal airport also too and the pilot was asked to proceed to Dharamshala for the landing. Ultimately the Sushma Swaraj landed at Dharamshala more than 25 kms away from the venue of the public meeting.

Sushma Swaraj drove from Dharamshala to Nagrota Bagwan and after her arrival at Nagrota Bagwan alleged that the administration in connivance with GS Bali had created a stumbling block for her so that she did not address the gathering in the town.

BJP has lodged an complaint about the matter with the Election commission.

As Editor, Ravinder Makhaik leads a team of media professionals at Hill Post. Spanning a career of over two decades in mass communication, as a Documentary Filmmaker, TV journalist, Print Media journalist and with Online & Social Media, he brings with him a vast experience. He lives in Shimla.

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2 Comments

  1. says: Sanjeev

    Bali is known for this kind of poltics , He thinks he is supreme power at Nagrota Bagwan being a voter of the same consituncy , I think Bali has done nothing for the same , He is only known for development of “Manoj and Saroj” This kind of poltics does not suit Leader like Bali , this time Bali has to pay for the devolpment of Manoj and saroj

  2. says: VJ

    after this episode BJP had a gathering of more than 5000 people in Nagrota. People have already made up their mind to show Bali right way.

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