Congress leader Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu said that the partys High Command should nominate the next Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh . Sukhu said that the party could not ignore the individual (her husband- Virbhadra Singh) in whose name it contested the polls and won .
New Delhi, India, December 9: On Friday, Congress leader Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu said that the party's High Command should nominate the next Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, besides the MLA's discussions and suggestions, adding that SS Sukhu said on Friday that the MLA selected by the parties' High Command would be the new Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh.I have said that it will be carried out under a collective leadership system, where the ideology is dominant, and that the article will follow.In a conference with Sukhu, Himachal State President Pratibha Virbhadra Singh said that the party could not ignore the individual (her husband- Virbhadra Singh) in whose name it contested the polls and won.We won on his name, face, and dedication.She said that even High Command would not do so.However, Chhattisgarh CM and party leader Bhupesh Baghel said that there was no reason to neglect anyone and that the party would continue by uniting everyone.To proceed, everyone will be joined together.Everyone has the right to express their opinion. Rajeev Shukla, Vikramaditya Singh (MLA), and bosses Bhupinder Hooda and Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel are scheduled to meet at a Shimla hotel to discuss the election of Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pratibha Singh.We will fulfill peoples aspirations.We have elected MLAs, and with an informal meeting with them, we will inform the party's High Command.According to Congress Himachal in-charge Rajeev Shukla, the High Command would make the decision. All equations are being seen.We should leave it up to the discretion of the newly elected MLAs.It is their prerogative.People weighed in on the matter. According to Vikramaditya Singh, the same will be conveyed to the High Command, who will make their decision on the matter.In terms of vote count in Himalaya, Congress was only marginally ahead of the BJP, garnering 43.88 percent of votes compared to 42.99 percent of its rival.Others saw a 10.4 percent vote share in the hill state.Himachal Pradesh has a long tradition of alternating governments, and Congress is on the right side of anti-incumbency. Independents won three seats and the AAP failed to open its account in the state.Sukhvinder Singh Sukku, the party's chief, continued to stress that the party's resurgent success in Himalayan Pradesh on Thursday.He also mocked by claiming that those who were attempting to make the country free of Congress are now being released.There is no timetable that can be achieved that quickly.Himachal has the largest number of educated people, and by electing Congress, they have shown that the party's revival has begun from Himachal. He said that time will tell if those who wanted to make it (India) Congress mukt are themselves becoming mukt.