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Himachal CM Jairam Thakur said – AAP should try and see but there is no place for third party in the state SEDI News

Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur believes that there is “no place” for a third political party like the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in his state, which is facing assembly elections, and the Congress’s support base has also shrunk. Is.

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Thakur said in an interview to ThePrint that the BJP would change Himachal’s custom of changing the government every time in the assembly elections and would come to power for the second time in a row. But, at the same time, said that one custom is not going to change- there is still a direct contest between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress as people will ‘never accept a third party’.

When ThePrint met Thakur at Shimla’s historic Peterhof Hotel last week, shortly before he attended a Himachal BJP core group meeting to chalk out a strategy for the assembly elections proposed in November.

Dressed in typical Western-style attire and a waistcoat, Thakur was busy accepting the greetings of all the office bearers there, but he spoke at length about the upcoming elections.

Although he deeply criticized rival political parties, he kept his tone very modest. He said the Congress has no future, and added that it is going through a “difficult phase”. He said, ‘His time is running out.’ Regarding AAP, he said that although there is no chance for this party here, but the good thing is that ‘they should try and see’.

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