Pratibha Singh: Himachal Pradesh Congress meeting to be held at Rajiv Bhawan on April 19, CM will also be present

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Pratibha Singh told that the meeting will start at 11 am in the morning at the headquarters.

Himachal Pradesh Congress President and current Mandi MP Pratibha Singh

Himachal Pradesh Congress President and current Mandi MP Pratibha Singh

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Shimla, April 17: Himachal Pradesh Congress President and current Mandi MP Pratibha Singh said that the top Congress leaders of Himachal Pradesh held an important meeting on Friday at the Himachal Pradesh Congress Headquarters, Rajiv Bhawan, Shimla, to discuss the upcoming elections for all four Lok Sabha seats and six assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh. A blueprint will be prepared regarding the strategy in which all the top leaders of the government including the Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister will be involved.

Pratibha Singh told that the meeting will start at 11 am in the morning at the headquarters.

During this, She took the Leader of Opposition Jairam Thakur to task and said that during the elections, Jairam should not mislead the people of Mandi parliamentary constituency by lying that our government is not developing Mandi, Rather, it should be told that by being the Chief Minister, Jairam had made Mandi backward in terms of development.

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