The Congress observers appointed by the party high command to resolve the ongoing crisis in Himachal Pradesh have said all issues within the party have been resolved after consultation and Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu would continue as the state CM.

Holding a joint press conference at the official residence of the CM at Shimla on Thursday Congress observe Karnataka Deputy CM D Shivkumar said, “ “All  issues have been resolved and there is no problem in Himachal Pradesh Congress; the state government will complete its five-year term under the leadership of Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu.”

After holding consultation with HPCC chief Pratibha Singh, Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu, Deputy CM Mukesh Agnohotri, all Cabinet Ministers and MLAs, who were present in the press conference, the Congress observer Shivkumar said, “   PWD Minister Vikramaditya Singh has withdrawn his resignation and will attend the Cabinet meeting on Friday.”

He said, “It is unfortunate that Congress lost the Rajya Sabha seat for which the CM had taken full responsibility and the CM, HPCCC Chief, Cabinet Ministers, all MLAs have sorted out differences and will work for strengthening the party.”

The observer said, “A six-member coordination committee including CM Sukhu, Pratibha Singh and Deputy CM Mukesh Agnihotri is being constituted to take care of every issue; HPCC chief has assured to give full cooperation to the state government.”  

Another Congress observer BS Hooda said, “The party will work jointly to ensure victory in Lok Sabha election of Congress party.”

CM Sukhu said, “BJP tried to destabilize the duly elected government and despite not having a majority for Rajya Sabha polls engineered a win through six rebel MLAs but Congress government would complete full term.” 

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