Rawat, 3 other Congress candidates likely to get new seats in U'khand
The Morning Standard|January 26, 2022
THE Congress is likely to change its candidates, including former chief minister Harish Rawat, on at least four seats in poll-bound Uttarakhand after protests from within the party.
VINEET UPADHYAY

“The party is facing strong protests from within and this can result into change of candidates on at least four seats of Ramnagar, Kaladhungi, Lalkuan and Rishikesh. The senior leader (Harish Rawat) can choose to contest from Lalkuan or Kaladhungi ,” said a party leader.

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