Leaders of Congress Party are Power Hungry: Jai Ram Thakur

State BJP executive Meeting held at Neelkamal in Shimla

Shimla June 30

Chief minister Jairam Thakur said that congress had only political ambition and was power hungry. He was addressing state BJP executive meeting at state BJP office on June 30. He said that it was a mokery that one of congress leaders distributed relief material of Rs. two crore in two small cars and when asked how it was done, he did not have an answar.

He said that Congress survived only on lies and this was repeated during these covid times by misleading public.
he said that BJP workers and people of the state are prepared to give answers to congress lies at all levels.
He said that the opposition had no issue to raise against BJP and the government hence it had started a fake propaganda. He said that congress was afraid of increasing popularity of government. He said that even during covid pandemic development works of over Rs. 4000 crore were inaugurated in the state. The government was poised to give new dimensions to the development of the state and welfare of its people, Jai Ram Thakur added.


State President Suresh Kashyap and Chief minister Jairam Thakur was also present with him. National Vice President Saudan Singh, Incharge BJP Avinash Rai Khanna, Co Incharge Sanjay Tandon, central State finance minister Anurag Thakur, former chief minister Shanta Kumar and Pro Prem Kumar Dhumal joined the meeting virtually.
State President BJP Suresh Kashyap while addressing the meeting said Prime minister Narender Modi has emerged as a hero of the poor by providing them with all facilities during these tough times. He said BJP is ready for the upcoming bye elections in the state and will win with thumping margins. The BJP  is also prepared for the 2022 vidhansabha elections and would repeat the government and would create an history.

Famous singer Karnail Rana joined BJP in presence of forest minister Rakesh Pathania.

Notably, Karnail Rana had retired last month from department of Information and Public Relations as APRO.