“Apart from Congress, we will take the cooperation of those parties and those individuals not only to win or lose but to make Uttarakhand,” Rawat told ANI.
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When asked about Harish Rawat’s stand, Harak Singh said the circumstances in 2016 when he had rebelled against Harish Rawat were different.
Amid rising tensions in Uttarakhand Congress, Harish Rawat, top state leaders to meet party high command in Delhi tomorrow
Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Pritam Singh, Uttarakhand Congress chief Ganesh Godiyal and party leader Yashpal Arya will accompany Rawat to Delhi.
The meeting is going to take place at 11 am today. On Friday, Rawat met Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi and reportedly sought to be relieved as the party’s in-charge of Punjab.
Rawat alleged that the BJP has changed three Chief Ministers in the state in recent times and its leaders are fighting for themselves, and not working for the state.
Rawat was talking to reporters here on the sidelines of the party’s three-day ‘chintan shivir’ to evolve a strategy for the state assembly polls due early next year.
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