Discontent Himachal Pradesh Minister Vikramaditya Singh Meets Congress Leadership in Delhi
Discontent Himachal Pradesh Minister Vikramaditya Singh Meets Congress Leadership in Delhi

Shimla: According to sources, disgruntled Himachal Pradesh Minister Vikramaditya Singh held a meeting with Congress general secretaries Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and KC Venugopal in Delhi yesterday evening, with discussions lasting over one-and-a-half hours.

The meeting follows Vikramaditya Singh and his mother, Pratibha Singh, the Himachal Pradesh Congress unit chief, expressing support for the six disqualified Congress MLAs who reportedly voted in favor of the BJP during the Rajya Sabha election.

Sources indicate that Vikramaditya Singh conveyed the grievances raised by Congress MLAs against the state government led by Sukhvinder Sukhu.

Last week, Vikramaditya Singh sent shockwaves through the Congress ranks when he resigned from his position as Public Works Department Minister, citing alleged "humiliation" by the Sukhvinder Sukhu-led government and its legislators.

As the son of former Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, Vikramaditya Singh accused the state government of disrespecting his late father by failing to allocate space for his statue on Mall Road.

Although speculations arose regarding his potential defection to the BJP, Vikramaditya Singh clarified that he would withhold his resignation until he had engaged in dialogue with the Congress leadership.

On March 1, Vikramaditya Singh traveled to Chandigarh to meet with the six disqualified Congress MLAs, as per sources.

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