Himachal Pradesh CM Firmly Rejects Vikramaditya Singh’s Resignation Amid Political Turmoil

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu declared on Wednesday that he successfully averted a potential threat to the government posed by rebel MLAs and asserted that the BJP’s attempt to destabilize the administration had failed after the Budget was ratified in the Assembly. Sukhu emphasized that there is unequivocally no intention to accept the resignation tendered by Vikramaditya Singh, the Minister in Himachal Pradesh and son of the late Virbhadra Singh. Sukhu affirmed his strong bond with Vikramaditya Singh, comparing him to a younger brother, and assured that all concerns raised by him will be duly addressed.

Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu reiterated that the resignation of Vikramaditya Singh is not under consideration. Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu reiterated that the resignation of Vikramaditya Singh is not under consideration.

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Recent Developments in the Himachal Pradesh Crisis in the Last 24 Hours:

  1. Six Congress MLAs engaged in cross-voting during the Rajya Sabha election on Tuesday. They spent the night at a hotel in Haryana before returning to Shimla on Wednesday to participate in the budget session.
  2. The act of cross-voting posed a significant challenge to the Congress government in Himachal Pradesh, as the rebellion by party MLAs led to the loss of the party’s majority in the Assembly.
  3. Compounding the predicament, Vikramaditya Singh resigned from Sukhu’s cabinet on Wednesday, citing disrespect shown to his late father by the government as the primary reason.
  4. Vikramaditya Singh pointed out that although Congress secured victory in the 2022 election in his father’s name, the government failed to allocate land for the installation of Virbhadra Singh’s statue.
  5. The Assembly session opened to chaos as the Speaker suspended 15 MLAs for allegedly disrupting the proceedings. Despite being forcibly removed from the Assembly, they adamantly refused to leave.
  6. Speculations circulated regarding Sukhu tendering his resignation, a claim he dismissed by stating that neither had he resigned nor been asked to step down.
  7. The Congress dispatched Bhupesh Baghel, DK Shivakumar, and Bhupinder Hooda to Shimla as observers. They are slated to engage with all party MLAs and present a comprehensive report to President Mallikarjun Kharge.
  8. Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh asserted that the party would not shy away from making tough decisions if the need arises, emphasizing that the institution takes precedence over individuals. He acknowledged the unfortunate occurrence of cross-voting and affirmed the party’s commitment to addressing the issue.
  9. The hearing to disqualify the six MLAs involved in cross-voting, leading to the defeat of Abhishek Manu Singhvi in the Rajya Sabha election, is currently underway.
  10. Sukhu disclosed that one of the MLAs who engaged in cross-voting issued an apology to him, without revealing the individual’s identity, emphasizing that the conspiracy to topple the government had failed.

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