Dehradun: The ongoing rebellion and dissidence in the Congress in the Uttarakhand assembly elections seem to have started showing results. Former CM and veteran Congress leader Harish Rawat's seat has been changed. Congress has changed the tickets in 5 seats. Mohit Uniyal's ticket from Doiwala was cut. Gaurav Chaudhary received it. Kesar Singh Negi from Chaubattakhal. Om Gopal Rawat from Narendranagar and Barkharani from Jwalapur changed their tickets to Ravi Bahadur. There is still confusion on Tehri.
Senior Congress spokesperson Dhirendra Pratap said that former CM and Congress Election Campaign Committee Chairman Harish Rawat from Lal Kuan, former MLA Ranjit Rawat from Salt, Mahesh Sharma from Kaladhangi and former MP Mahendra Pal from Ramnagar will be the Congress candidate in Uttarakhand assembly elections. He said that the decision has been taken unanimously. It was only after Harish Rawat was declared as the Congress candidate in the Ramnagar assembly seat that there was a revolt in this seat.
The issue of familyism has also started to arise in the party regarding the change in tickets. Harish Rawat, Harak Singh Rawat, Yashpal Arya, late. The family members of Indira Dahesh and K.C. Singh Baba have been given tickets in Parliament. Harak's daughter-in-law Anukriti has been fielded from Lansdowne, former MP KC Singh Baba's son from Kashipur, Indira's son Sumit Hridayesh from Haldwani and Harish Rawat's daughter Anupama from Haridwar Rural. Sanjeev Arya, son of Yashpal Arya, is a candidate from Nainital.