BJP on active mode before Himachal election results

Shimla : In Himachal Pradesh, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has come into active mode ahead of the upcoming assembly election results on December 8. The BJP has called a meeting at Kangra district headquarters Dharamshala on Monday, December 4, before the counting of votes for the elections. The special thing is that all the 68 candidates of the party have been called in this meeting. Chief Minister Jairam Thakur, state BJP in-charge Avinash Rai Khanna, co-incharge Sanjay Tandon, BJP national vice-president Saudan Singh and state BJP president Suresh Kashyap will be present.

If BJP sources are to be believed, the upcoming strategy will be decided by taking election related feedback from all the candidates in the meeting. Before this, all the candidates of BJP have taken feedback from the workers at their level and they will keep this feedback in the meeting. Based on this, the party will assess how many seats it will win.

The BJP believes that the party will not be harmed if the rebels contest independent elections on some seats. However, the BJP is projecting the possibility of independents winning two to three seats. BJP leaders claim that this time the custom will change in the state and breaking the tradition of changing the government, the BJP will come back to power.

A record 75.60 per cent polling was recorded on November 12 for the assembly elections in the state. The State BJP Election Management Committee has already reviewed the elections in the meeting held at Parwanoo in Solan district on November 20.

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