Harish Rawat’s Tweet Spark Buzz Ahead Of Uttarakhand Polls


New Delhi: Just months ahead of the Uttarakhand election, former chief minister and Congress leader Harish Rawat, in a series of tweets, hinted that he was not receiving the required support from the party and was reconsidering his future.

In a cryptic message on Twitter, Harish Rawat, who is said to be close to the Gandhis, appears to be critical of the Congress leadership.

Harish Rawat, who was recently the Punjab Congress in charge and handled the internal turmoil that ended in Charanjit Singh Channi replacing Amarinder Singh as the chief minister, also indicated that he was thinking of quitting electoral politics.

‘I Have To Swim Across The Ocean Of Election’: Harish Rawat

Taking to Twitter, Harish Rawat said, “Isn’t it strange that the organizational structure at most places, instead of extending a helping hand, is standing with its head turned away or playing a negative role at a time when I have to swim across the ocean of elections.”

“The powers that be have let loose many crocodiles (predators) in the sea that we have to navigate. Those whom I am supposed to follow, their people have tied my hands and feet. I have been getting the feeling that Harish Rawat, it’s gone too far, you have done enough, it is time to rest,” tweeted Harish Rawat.

Asserting that he was reconsidering his future, the Congress leader said, “Then there is a voice in the head that quietly says I am neither weak nor will run from challenges. I am in turmoil. Hope the New Year shows me the way. I am confident that Lord Kedarnath (Shiva), will show me the way.”

With the Uttarakhand election coming up early next year, Harish Rawat’s message has caused a flutter in the state Congress unit, which has been plagued by factionalism.



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