Anurag Thakur claims AAP will not be able to open its account in Himachal elections like UP

Anurag Thakur claims AAP will not be able to open its account in Himachal elections like UP

Shimla. Union Minister Anurag Thakur said on Friday that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will not be able to open its account in Himachal Pradesh elections like in Uttar Pradesh. Talking to reporters after addressing a program in Chamba here, the Information and Broadcasting Minister said that AAP did not win a single seat out of 403 in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. He said that AAP had to lose its deposits in most of the seats in UP. The minister said that AAP will also face the same situation in Himachal Pradesh and will not be able to win even a single seat. Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections are likely to be held by the end of this year.

Without naming AAP, Thakur asked what can be expected from a party whose state president, convener general secretary and the head of the women's wing have left the party. Taking a jibe at the Congress, the minister said the inflation rate between 2004 and 2014 had reached 14 per cent in the previous UPA government without any reason. He said that at present, the reason for this rate increase is mainly due to the disruption of supply chain due to the Kovid-19 epidemic and the Russo-Ukraine war. 

Counting the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said that 190 crore vaccines were administered free of cost in the country and free ration was provided to below poverty line families. Earlier in the program organized on National Urban Livelihood Mission and Youth Promotion at Chaugan, he said that Prime Minister Modi has already declared Chamba as an aspirational district. He said that Chamba would be far ahead in the coming years as compared to the developed districts of the country. He supported the idea of ​​developing Chamba as a heritage city to attract tourists.

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Gehlot targeted the Modi government, said- today the country is on fire, riots are happening everywhere

Gehlot targeted the Modi government, said- today the country is on fire, riots are happening everywhere

Today is the death anniversary of former Prime Minister of the country Rajiv Gandhi and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot remembered him and said that today the works of Rajiv Gandhi are being forgotten. We still remember the achievements of Rajiv Gandhi. There are riots in the country. Talking to reporters in Jaipur, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that today we have reached here after traveling 70 years. Many people including Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi were martyred but did not allow Khalistan to be formed. kept the country intact. This country has achieved such a great achievement by making sacrifices.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that they (BJP) do not realize this. There is a fire in the country today, riots are taking place everywhere. We demand from the PM that you just appeal for peace, condemn the anti-social elements. What's wrong with them? The whole country has understood his plans and tricks. CM Gehlot said that the Modi government is trying to forget the legacy. Everyone needs to be taken along.

CM Gehlot paid tribute to former PM Rajiv Gandhi on his martyrdom day at the state Congress headquarters today. All religion prayer meeting was organized in PCC. CM Gehlot said that the whole country has understood the tricks of BJP. People are excited in the name of religion. We have always worked to put out fires. 

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