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Sunday 19 August 2018
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Virbhadra Singh seeks early trial in graft case

Newly-appointed Himachal Congress chief Virbhadra Singh, who recently quit as Union Minister after a Himachal Pradesh High court allowed framing of charges against him in a corruption case, is set to move the High Court seeking an early trial which should end within three months.

Virbhadra Singh said that case was fabricated against him and to come out clean he announced to move to the High Court to face the trial. He said that he will be requesting the court with a plea that the trial should be concluded within another two-three months.

About the new responsibilities of Congress party state President, which is going to poll in the coming few months, Singh announced that he will catch the bull by the horn and expose the nefarious designs of Prem Kumar Dhumal and his collaborators in the Himachal bureaucracy and elsewhere.



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