Bhupesh Baghel, state supervisor: The Congress victory in Himachal is the party's first under Mallikarjun Kharges' leadership.

Bhupesh Baghel said that the partys victory in the hill state is the first victory under Mallikarjun Kharge as party chief . The party high command will decide who will be the new chief minister of Himachal Pradesh .

Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) India — On Friday, Himachal Pradesh Supervisor of Congress and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that the party's victory in the hill state is the first victory under Mallikarjun Kharge as party chief, adding that it is the first victory under her leadership as party chief.In a conversation with reporters, Bhupesh Baghel praised Congress leader and party general secretary Pri Everyone contributed equally.Baghel said that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra played a vital role, and that we also had blessings from Sonia ji and Rahul Gandhi ji, and that the party's high command would determine who would be the new chief minister of Himachal Pradesh.We are here to hold a meeting with party representatives, and there should be no confusion.When Baghel spoke to reporters, the party's high command said that it will make a final decision on the chief minister's position.

With multiple In the results released on Thursday, former state Congress chief Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu and CLP chief Mukesh Agnihotri are all finalists for the position.Congress reclaimed control of Himachal Pradesh after five years.The Congress won 40 seats in the 68-member assembly that is based on anti-incumbency legislation.Despite winning 40 seats in Himalaya, the BJP won 25 seats.

In terms of vote share in Himachal, Congress is only marginally ahead of the BJP, which has 43.88 percent of votes compared to 42.99 percent of its opponent.Others topped the hill state with 10.4 percent vote share, and the Congress was on the right side of anti-incumbency.Following the party's dismal showing in the polls, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur resigned.The BJP formed the coalition government in the 2017 Assembly elections by winning 44 seats, while the Congress consolidated 21 seats.

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