Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday lashed at state Congress chief Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu for criticising government’s six months rule and advised him to focus on party’s inner feuds instead.
The state BJP vice president Ganesh Dutt said Sukhu seemed to be frustrated over the achievements of 6-month rule of the government and it was the reason he was making such baseless allegations.
“Congress party is facing strong organisational feud wherein former chief minister Virbhadra Singh and Congress legislative party leader Mukesh Agnihotri is lobbying hard to remove him for party chief’s post,” he said.
Dutt while advising him to not to worry about BJP, said Singh is blaming him for creating rift while Agnihotri had termed him tenure harmful for the party.
“The water crisis in Shimla was the result of reduction of water level in natural sources and it was natural calamity. But CM Jai Ram Thakur took charge and worked hard to provide relief to the resident,” he said, adding the government is working for the ball round development of the state.