PCC president meets sulking Dharchula MLA Harish Dhami on Tuesday.
A day after the revolt of the Dharchula MLA, Harish Dhami, fire fighting exercise has started in the state unit of Congress party. As a damage control measure, the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president, Pritam Singh met Dhami on Tuesday. In the meeting he tried his best to assuage the hurt pride of the MLA. Talking to The Pioneer, Dhami said that he had a congenial talk with the PCC president. “He accepted my view point and said that he would have taken a step similar to Dhami in such a situation. The PCC president said that he had sent my name at 16th spot in the list of the special invited members,’’ he said. Dhami clarified that he has no love for any position in the PCC as he already is an MLA but added that the issue is associated with his prestige. The two time MLA from Dharchula in Pithoragarh is peeved at finding his place at last ( 98th) position in the list of secretaries. Dhami appeared mellowed after meeting with the PCC president but he made it clear that his fight against the Leader of Opposition (LoP), Indira Hridayesh would continue. He added that he want that the sycophants with no grip on ground should be dissuaded and real workers who work hard for party should be promoted.
It is worth mentioning here that Dhami on Monday had accused Indira Hridayesh for adopting a soft stance on the government. Dhami also claimed that one of her PROs was appointed in gross violation of norms in SIIDCUL when she was minister. Dharchula MLA also claimed that eight out of eleven MLAs were not in favour of making her the LoP but everyone accepted the decision of the party high command. He added that party high command would be requested to replace Indira Hridayesh from the position of LoP.
Wednesday, 29 January 2020|PNS|Dehradun
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