The condition of Congress  is like a Bharaat without a bride: Anurag Thakur

The condition of Congress  is like a Bharaat without a bride: Anurag Thakur

Dharamsala (Arvind Sharma) 16/10/21

In an election rally on Saturday in the Fatehpur of Kangra district, the  Union Information and Broadcasting and Sports Minister Anurag Thakur that the condition of Congress in the whole country has become like a a Bharaat without the bride. Aiming the Congress party he said that a party which has failed to choose its national president for the past two years, cannot gain momentum in the country. Anurag Thakur said that it is clear that the Congress party does not have the capacity to take decisions.

On this occasion, Anurag Thakur appealed  the people to vote in favour of BJP candidate Baldev Thakur in the Fatehpur assembly by-election and said , “what may claim  the Congress party , the public has ensured the victory of BJP candidates not only in this  by-elections, but in all the four by elections by record margin in Himachal.” He added that BJP has fielded BaldevThakur  in the election as  a candidate only after analyzing the pulse of the workers.

Anurag Thakur said that the Modi government has spent more than Rs 73 thousand crore to combat the Covid-19 virus. About 38 thousand crore rupees were spent for the investigation of corona affected persons, while now every citizen of the country is being provided free Covid-19 vaccine, on which 35 thousand crore rupees are being spent. “Himachal Pradesh has also developed brilliantly in the last four years, under the leadership of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur,”Said Anuraag.

People will vote on 30th October to choose MLAs in Fatehpur,Jubble Kotkhai and Arki and MP from Mandi constituency.

On this occasion, Forest Minister Rakesh Pathania, MLA of Nagrota Bangwa Arun Mehra, Jwali MLA Arjun Thakur, former minister Ravinder Singh Ravi, State BJP General Secretary Trilog Kapoor, KCC Bank Chairman Rajiv Bhardwaj, Dharamsala MLA Vishal Naihariya, State BJP's Media in-charge Rakesh Sharma etc. were present.