Congress leader GS Bali’s ambitious Rozgar Sangharsh Yatra today entered in to state capital Shimla, where he was welcomed by thousands of his supporters. Supporters assembled at Chhota Shimla and then rally marched to Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha. Congress leader and spokesperson Kuldeep Singh Rathore also marked his presence in the rally. Congress Pradesh President Kaul Singh Thakur welcomed GS Bali at Congress office Rajiv Bhavan and congratulated him for successfully organizing the rally. His son and Youth Congress vice president Raghubir Singh Bali also attended the rally with other youth congress leaders.

While addressing the supporters in Rozgar Sangharsh Yatra, GS Bali said that BJP led Govt has ruined the future of youth as it has not taken any concrete step to fight the menace of unemployment in the state. He added that the last four years of BJP rule have seen the common man suffer a lot and now time has come to teach a lesson to this corrupt government. GS Bali urged supporters to work hard to throw the BJP government out of power.

GS Bali also ruled out any factionalism in the Congress and said that party is united at all front and its leaders like Virbhadra Singh, Vidya Stokes, Kaul Singh Thakur, Anand Sharma, Brij Bihari Butail and other are working hard to mobilise congress workers for the forthcoming election. GS Bali is hopeful to get enough support to form the government in the State.

Kuldeep Singh Rathore also addressed the rally and praised GS Bali’s contribution to the party. He said that Congress is the only party that works for the common people and its contribution to the development of the Country will make sure its win in the forthcoming election.

Himachal Pradesh assembly election is scheduled later this year and GS Bali’s ambitious Rozgar Sangharsh Yatra is growing bigger with every passing day. He is considered as one of the big Congress leaders in Kangra region and with this yatra he has successfully made his importance felt in other parts of the state as well. In earlier phases of Rozgar Sangharsh Yatra he had made some blunt claims towards the effect that he won’t take any important place in ministry if Congress failed to get more then 40 seats in the election.

Although, GS Bali refused to be a candidate for the Chief Minister in the forthcoming election, yet his supporters are demanding no less then the top post in the politics of Himachal Pradesh. In the Rozgar Sangharsh Yatra, supporters were making every possible move to project him as congress choice for the CM post. Though GS Bali himself decided to stay clear of such claims and demands.