Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh Slams PM Modi and Amit Shah, Calls Them “So-Called Chanakya” Amid Himachal Pradesh Political Crisis

He further highlighted the BJP's inability to topple the Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu-led government, attributing the Congress' resilience

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Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh has launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah amidst the ongoing political turmoil in Himachal Pradesh, asserting that the BJP’s top leadership, including the “so-called Chanakya,” has failed in their attempts to destabilize the elected Congress government in the state.

In a statement posted on X (formerly Twitter) on Thursday, Ramesh emphasized that the situation in the hill state remains firmly under control, thanks to the intervention of the Congress leadership and the swift actions of the party’s observers.

“Various things are going on in the media regarding Himachal. But we want to say one thing very clearly. The Prime Minister and the so-called Chanakya have completely failed in Himachal. After the intervention of the Congress leadership and the promptness of our observers, the situation there is completely under the control of the Congress,” Ramesh remarked.

He further highlighted the BJP’s inability to topple the Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu-led government, attributing the Congress’ resilience to the support and blessings of the people of Himachal Pradesh.

“Like other states, BJP had started the game of money power, power, and muscle power in Himachal too to destabilize the Congress government elected by the people with absolute majority. But they failed because the blessings of the people of Himachal are with Congress. After this incident, our resolve has become stronger. We will continue to serve the people of Himachal,” Ramesh asserted.

The political turmoil in Himachal Pradesh escalated when the BJP claimed that the Sukhu-led government was in the minority following the victory of its candidate, Harsh Mahajan, in the state’s lone Rajya Sabha seat. Mahajan’s win, marked by allegations of cross-voting, dealt a blow to the Congress, leading to heightened tensions between the two parties.

As the standoff continues, Ramesh’s statements underscore the deepening rift between the BJP and Congress, with the former’s electoral ambitions clashing against the latter’s determination to retain power in the face of adversity.

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