Himachal CM Virbhadra Singh withdraws defamation case against Finance Minsiter Arun Jaitley.
The Congress managed to bag only three of the 14 seats in Assam in the Lok Sabha elections, while in Himachal Pradesh, it drew a blank.
The leaders alleged that the Virbhadra Singh cabinet was taking certain decisions which have no moral sanction after the defeat of the party.
Virbhadra said Dhumal presided over corruption and misused power to promote his son’s cricket ambitions.
He addresses eight to 10 rallies a day and dozens of smaller gatherings.
Singh said BJP was seeking votes in name of Narendra Modi, whereas Congress was asking for votes in the name of development.
CBI officials however refused to divulge the details of Singh’s questioning .
Rahul Gandhi had set-out a time frame for Chief Ministers to pass Lokayukta acts by February end.
The resolution accused the Congress of damaging institutions.
The Commission, to be headed by a retired Supreme Court judge, will also look into charges of snooping on Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh.
Chandrashekhar’s account showed a deposit of Rs 21.50 lakh from Punjab Foods as late as July 24, 2012.
BJP dared the state government to give its consent for CBI inquiry into these charges.
Sources said the CM has given a weeks time to Vigilance to complete investigations.
Virbhadra said he had nothing to fear on the allegations being levelled against him by BJP leaders.
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