Senior Congress leader GS Bali seems not perturbed over the objection raised by the top brass of the state party leadership over his proposed “Himachal Rozgar Sangharsh Rally,” as he has no plans to abandon his march intended to highlight corruption and unemployment.
It is learned that few senior Congress leaders, including Union Minister Virbhadra Singh, HPCC chief Kaul Singh Thakur and Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Vidya Stokes, have shown their displeasure to the high command against the holding of such a rally, but GS Bali made clear that he would go ahead with his plans come what may. He said that his aim is to highlights the problem of unemployment in the state and on this issue he felt that none of his party colleagues should have any problems with it.
GS Bali added that to make Himachal Rozgar Sangharsh Rally successful he has invited Union Ministers Anand Sharma and Virbhadra Singh, the HPCC chief, the CLP leader and all party legislators to join him in this fight against corruption and to address the issue of unemployment. GS Bali, who is also made the in charge of the June 6 Congress “Parivartan Rally” to be held in Dharamsala, added that he had only rescheduled his plans about the yatra and will announce the changed dates soon.