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Himachal CM exhorts party functionaries to work to ensure ‘Misson Repeat’

He was addressing the ‘Tridev Sammelan’ of Shimla Parliamentary constituency organized at Police Ground, Solan in Solan district on Thursday.

Statesman News Service | Shimla |

Himachal Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur exhorting for ‘Mission Repeat’, urged his party functionaries to work with greater commitment and dedication to ensure that the BJP again forms Government in the state, so as to keep the process of development going at a steady pace. 

He was addressing the ‘Tridev Sammelan’ of Shimla Parliamentary constituency organized at Police Ground, Solan in Solan district on Thursday.

Thakur said that Shimla parliamentary constituency traditionally remains the Congress citadel, but now with the hard work of the workers of the BJP, it has rocked this bastion of the Congress, by continuously winning three elections.

Chief Minister said that the Tridevs of the party were vital for strengthening the organization and it was crucial that the Tridevs work with greater dedication and coordination. 

The party workers must set a goal and then strive hard to achieve the same, he added. Accusing the opposition leaders of misleading the people of the state, he said that the people of the state were wise enough and would not get carried away by the nefarious designs of the opposition. 

He said that it was after 37 years that any government succeeded in repeating its government in Uttar Pradesh. He said that it was for the first time that any government succeeded in repeating its government in Uttrakhand. 

He asked the people that if this can happen in these four states, why can’t the same be replicated in Himachal Pradesh. Chief Minister said that the last four and a half years of the present state government have ensured that the state of Himachal Pradesh becomes the most developed State in the country. 

Giving credit for this development to the Prime Minister and the Union Government, he said that the Prime Minister has always been concerned about the developmental demands and expectations of the state. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has visited the state a record seven times in the last eight years. This shows the bonding the Prime Minister shares with the State and its people, he added.