Himachal Pradesh elections 2017 turns into enormous battle between BJP and Congress

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supremo is in Himachal campaigning for his party for the upcoming Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections.

Slashing harsh attacks on the Prime Minister, Rahul said that Narendra Modi though speaks against corruption but chose to be tight lipped over the Vypam Scam in Madhya Pradesh, where the entire education system was sold out and 50 people were killed. The results of Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections 2017 will be declared on December 18. I am not afraid of Opposition burning my effigies or protesting against me. "A storm is raging here against the corrupt Congress".

Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul said, "It is written in Gita that one should work and not worry about the fruits of labour".

The 68-member Himachal Assembly will go to polls on November 9.

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The Opposition parties, including the Congress, have chose to mark the first anniversary of the Modi government's decision of demonetising higher currency notes as a "black day", while the BJP will observe it as "anti-black money day". Sharma said the language used by Modi during the campaign was "unimaginable for the Congress".

Talking tough against black money and holders of "benami" or illegal properties, Modi said after demonetisation at least three lakh companies came under the scanner.

In Una, Mr Modi said, "I will be sad about only one thing in this election, that is the Congress party has already left the battlefield, and such one-sided election has never happened before".

Modi tore into the Congress at both the election meetings he addressed in Himachal on Saturday, saying the party had decayed beyond hope of regeneration in the next three to four generations. "Himachal Pradesh's real issues are unemployment, development, and public welfare, but BJP is not even looking there", he said.Badal said the BJP was yetr reveal the "secret formula" behind the rise in the income of its national president Amit Shah's son Jay Shah.

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