The BJP on Tuesday launched a frontal attack on Congress government led by Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, dubbing it as “synonym of corruption” and vowed to oust it from power. The core committee of the state BJP, which met at Kasauli in Solan on Tuesday described the government as “hopeless” and decided to strengthen the party at polling booth level to achieve 50 plus mission (winning more than 50 out of 68 assembly seats) in next assembly polls. The core group finalised the programme of party president Amit Shah slated for December 11 and decided that he would address workers conference at Solan and get feedback.
It decided to submit charge-sheet against the Congress government on December 24 on completion of four years in power. The common man would be associated in preparation of the charge-sheet which would be main election plank of the party in the elections. The core group also decided to launch a mass campaign to aware the people of acts of “omission and corruption” of Virbhadra government. The meeting presided over by state BJP chief Satpal Singh Satti was attended by former chief ministers P K Dhumal and Shanta Kumar , Union Health Minister J P Nadda, Virendra Kashyap, MP, Jairam Thakur, Rajiv Bindal and Randhir Sharma, MLAs and organisational Secretary Pawan Bansal attended the meeting.
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