Virbhadra needs no anand

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Virbhadra needs no anand
himachal cm aims at his adversaries
The newly-elected Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh is visibly a happy man today. The only time his grin turns into a scowl is when he sees AICC general-secretary in charge of Himachal Pradesh Birender Singh. So much so that he looked past him and failed to acknowledge him at his own swearing in. Another leader who has been adversely affected by Virbhadra Singh’s victory is Union Commerce Minister Anand Sharma. Chaudhary Birender Singh had been opposing Virbhadra allegedly at the behest of his old friend Anand Sharma. The duo allegedly tried to marshal the opponents of Virbhadra Singh after the assembly election results, but the wily Thakur was too smart for them. Before anyone could react, he had already faxed a signed list of 30 Congress MLAS favouring him as the Chief Minister. The list was reportedly sent straight to 10 Janpath. Sonia Gandhi, it is said, was in no mood to create trouble knowing well that Virbhadra was no Harish Rawat and had the capacity to split the party right down the middle. Not only this, Virbhadra also informed Sonia Gandhi about allegedly the money collected by the AICC general-secretary in the name of ticket distribution. He reportedly sent all the documents to 10 Janpath. It is said that Virbhadra’s priority is now to get rid of Chaudhary Birender Singh and Anand Sharma. Virbhadra is so annoyed with Anand Sharma that he did not even send him an invite for his oath-taking ceremony. Virbhadra’s advisors are expectedly jubilant and say that within five years Anand Sharma’s will see his so-called supporters desert him, so much so that he will not be able to even visit Shimla in the days to come. The grapevine is that the Raja of Rampur will like to ensure that whatever little political presence Anand Sharma has in Himachal Pradesh is wiped off. READ MORE…
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