Congress stands united in Uttarakhand, says CM Harish Rawat

#Dehradun #Uttarakhand Amid changing political equations in Uttarakhand after Pauri MP and party heavyweight Satpal Maharaj quit Congress, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Sunday claimed that the party stands united with all its MLAs intact and is ready to take on BJP in the coming Lok Sabha polls. "There are no fissures in the party as being speculated in a section of the press. The party stands united and is ready to take on BJP with all its might," Rawat told reporters in Patna. He said after Satpal Maharaj's desertion, Congress MLAs in the state have displayed remarkable unity. Interestingly, Rawat and his predecessor Vijay Bahuguna who behaved like arch rivals until recently on Saturday joined each other for a lunch hosted by the latter at his residence along with over a dozen MLAs considered close to Bahuguna and had a long discussion on recent political developments in the state.

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