Dehradun: Former Uttarakhand CM and Congress Election Campaign Committee Chairman Harish Rawat has once again raked up the CM's rags. He says that all the political capital of his life so far is at stake in this election. If people give him an opportunity this time, he will work in the next five years to get all those plans on the ground, which were left incomplete. In the list of Congress candidates announced on Monday evening, Harish Rawat has been fielded for the Ramnagar seat.
In an emotional post written on the same social media, Harish Rawat says that if people express love, they also express anger many times more than when they are angry. He has faced this anger of the people. Harish Rawat says that in 2014 when he became CM, he took one and a half years to deal with the disaster. It took full force to decorate a very large part of the state which was severely damaged. After the Chardham Yatra and the smoothening of the economy, they did not get a chance to see or understand anything else.
He further wrote that due to this, his neck was broken in an air accident. After recovering from the injury, I thought that he would do something in 2016, but the central government imposed a political disaster on him. It took a long judicial battle and four months to find out the budget passed in the assembly. The budget had to be passed for the second time again. In one year, one assembly passed two general budgets. Harish Rawat Rawat further writes that today in all the surveys, people are calling him the cm's first choice. But if people want to make him cm this time, then he will have to give him a government of the absolute majority. Only then will he be able to land various schemes on the ground in a better way.