Harish Rawat lost by 14,000 votes, BJP leader targeted
Harish Rawat lost by 14,000 votes, BJP leader targeted

Dehradun: Former Chief Minister Harish Rawat, who contested from The Lalkuan seat of Kumaon in Uttarakhand, has lost. BJP's Mohan Singh Bisht has won from here. In the contest held here, Harish Rawat has lost by about 14 thousand votes. It is being said that Sandhya Dalakoti, who contested from the Lalkuan seat as a rebel from the Congress, caused a huge dent in the Congress vote bank, due to which Harish Rawat had to face defeat.

This is the second big defeat of Harish Rawat. In the last election also, Harish Rawat had to face a big defeat. Former Chief Minister Harish Rawat, who is trying his luck from the Lalkuan seat, was confident of his victory, but there was no prediction that he would face such a big defeat. After Harish Rawat's defeat, BJP leaders said that it is not 'Harda' but 'Har Da'.

It may be recalled that earlier Harish Rawat was given a ticket from Ramnagar seat of Kumaon, but due to the opposition of Ranjit Rawat of the congress and his supporters who were active from there, Harish Rawat's ticket was later changed and contested from Lalkuan. Even in this election, Congress did not declare the cm's face in the state, but he was being called the cm's face towards the formation of the Congress government. In the last election, Harish Rawat had contested from Haridwar and Kichcha 2 assembly seats and was defeated from both.   

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