The Congress has won 40 seats rushing to strength in Himachal Pradesh while the BJP was restricted to 25 seats. Three seats were bagged by independents which also contained BJP revolutionary nominees.
The majority mark is 35 in the 68-seat assembly election. The Aam Aadmi Party drew a empty in the elections despite pledging multiple freebies.
Releasing the ‘Sankalp Patra 2022’ at the party office in Shimla, BJP president JP Nadda also promised an annual amount of ₹3,000 to small farmers, over and above ₹6,000 given to them under a central government scheme manifesto of 11 commitments, the party promised to link all villages with roads and a programme named “Shakti” to invest ₹12,000 crore in the next 10 years to develop transport and physical infrastructure around religious places.
Himachal Congress Manifesto
Perceiving the essence of over three lakh state workers, the Congress has pledged that all arrears due to the workers would be given and contract employees would be regularised within two years.
While concentrating on the youth, the Congress has announced setting up of a Youth Commission to look into all issues of education and employment generation.