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Friday 15 December 2017
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Rahul Gandhi to address rally at Dharamshala on 8th March

Indian National Congress organising Rahul Gandhi’s rally at Dharamsala on March 8. Himachal Congress president Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu, in a press briefing at Shimla, revealed that Rahul Gandhi will address the rally 11 am at the police ground and will also meet state party leaders and ex-army personnel.

To make rally successful, the state Congress has assigned the duties of party office bearer. General Secretary, Himachal Congress Harbhajan Singh Bajji was appointed coordinator of the rally. Newly elected Rajya Sabha MP Viplove Thakur was given the responsibility of Dehra, Jaswan-Pragpur and Jawalamukhi assembly constituency, whereas, senior party leader Harshwardhan Chauhan, Sunder Thakur and Sujan Singh Pathania will look after Fatehpur, Jawali, Nurpur, Indora and Shahpur constituencies.

Ram Lal Thakur and Sunil Sharma were given the responsibilities of Palampurm Baijnath, Sulah and Jaisinghpur segment, Harsh Mahajan, GS Bali and Sudhir Sharma will oversee the management in Kangra, Nagrota Bagwan and Dharmashala constituencies.

Vidya Stokes, Col DR Shandil and Vinay Kumar will lookafter the rally preparation in Shimla, Solan and Sirmour district respectively. Mukesh Agnihotri and Dr. Kailash Prashar will oversee Una district, whereas Parkash Chaudhary and AN Vidyarthi will lookafter Kullu district. ID Lakhanpal and Rangila Ram Rao were appointed for Hamirpur District and Thakur Kaul Singh, Anil Sharma and Ravi Thakur will oversee Mandi and Lahaul Spiti district. Biru Ram Kishor Bilaspur district and Thakur Singh bharmouri and Vinod Sultanpuri were given responsibility of Chamba district.

Sukhu said that Congress hasn’t fixed any number for the rally, but with the size of team to organise the rally, it’s evident that state Congress wanted to give a strong answer to the BJP’s Sujanpur rally, which was reportedly attended by over a lakh people of the state.

Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh has already claimed to win all four seats in the state and from past six months, he’s rigorously touring the state and despite fiscal deficit, he is inaugurating one after another developmental projects across the state.



Rahul Bhandari is Editor of TheNewsHimachal and has been part of the digital world for last eight years.