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Three Himachal Pradesh ministers today slammed state BJP in-charge Mangal Pandey for attacking Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, saying he should not "induce" the cheap tactics of his state politics here. "It seems that Pandey is in a hurry to make his presence felt in the BJP. Instead of understanding the politics of Himachal Pradesh and realise the stature of chief minister Virbhadra Singh, he is spitting venom against him," the ministers Thakur Singh Bharmouri, Mukesh Agnihotri and Prakash Chaudhary said in a joint statement. They blamed him for speaking on the issues which were sub-judice, saying it was his "wishful thinking" and "day dreaming" that the BJP would form the next government in the state. Suggesting him not to cross his limits, the ministers said that in case he did not desist from his utterances, the people of Himachal will make BJP bite the dust in the Assembly elections and Virbhadra Singh would become the chief Minister for the seventh time. "The Congress will not only sweep the Municipal Corporation elections but also the assembly polls," they said. Pandey had been attack Virbhadra and accused him of being involved in the corruption in the state.