Shanta Kumar refuses to back out of the race

Shanta Kumar

Palampur: Former Chief Minister and former Union Minister Shanta Kumar said that the Lok Sabha election campaign is gaining momentum every day.

Due to this, India’s oldest party Congress is lagging behind. Many leaders are shying away from contesting elections. After filing nomination for a ticket in Indore, the Congress candidate withdrew his nomination and then joined the BJP. Similar news is coming from all over India.

This is the last election of Congress, it is contesting elections only to save its existence. After this election, Congress will become a story of history.

Shanta Kumar said in a statement on Tuesday that due to age and health, I will not be able to campaign everywhere this time. But I am definitely going to the program to be held in the Vidhan Sabha of my birthplace Sulh on May 2. Reconciliation is a milestone in my life.

61 years ago in 1963, I contested the Panch election from Garh Jamula Panchayat and started my political career. With the blessings of my mother, I created such a history in that election which continued to guide me throughout my life. I will give the full details of this incident in Sulh on May 2.

Shanta Kumar said that the campaign for the Lok Sabha elections is going on in full swing in Himachal Pradesh. But no Congress candidate has come forward from Kangra and Hamirpur yet. This is the first time in the history of India that Congress is in such a situation. The 2024 Lok Sabha elections will create a new history in India in many ways.


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