Greater than 55 lakh voters within the hill state will resolve the destiny of 412 candidates in 68 meeting constituencies
Shimla: As voting started for the Himachal Pradesh polls, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday stated the state will vote for the return of the previous pension scheme and employment.
Greater than 55 lakh voters within the hill state will resolve the destiny of 412 candidates in 68 meeting constituencies.
“Himachal will vote for OPS, Himachal will vote for employment and Himachal will vote for ‘Har Ghar Lakshmi’,” Gandhi stated in a tweet in Hindi.
“Come, vote in massive numbers, and make your priceless contribution to the progress and affluent way forward for Himachal,” the previous Congress chief stated, interesting to the voters of the hill state.
Gandhi is in Maharashtra enterprise the social gathering’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’.
Restoration of the previous pension scheme, 300 items of free energy, a Rs 680-crore StartUp fund, one lakh jobs and Rs 1,500 monthly for ladies between 18 to 60 years are among the many guarantees the Congress made in its manifesto for the Himachal Pradesh polls.
Voting started at 8 am on a sluggish be aware within the hill state however started to choose up because the morning progressed and the winter chill eased a bit. The polling will proceed until 5 pm in all 68 meeting constituencies.