The two rebel Congress MLAs- Sudhir Sharma ( Dharmashala)  and Rajendra Rana (Sujanpur), disqualified from the membership of Himachal Vidhan Sabha under anti-defection law, accused of “taking money for cross voting in the Rajya sabha election” by Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu , have served legal notices to the CM for filing defamation suits . 

Sudhir Sharma has served a legal notice and claimed Rs 5 crore for allegedly defaming him by making slanderous allegations to tarnish his reputation. Sharma  has also filed a complaint against the CM to the DGP of state police and SP Kangra to file a FIR against the CM.

Similarly, Rajendra Rana has also served a notice on the CM for making “Baseless allegations of taking money “within two days or face defamation and criminal case.

Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu has been accusing the six disqualified MLAs on pubic platforms, who are the BJP candidates for the by-elections, for allegedly “taking money for cross voting in the Rajya Sabha election and switching sides,”

However, the CM has reiterated the allegations and said, “We have proof revealed after the police investigation in the FIR registered in the case.”  

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