He claimed that the people were upset with the "failure" of both central and state governments and would oust the BJP from power.
Virbhadra Singh was speaking during a meeting with party workers held here to finalise strategy for the Hamirpur Lok sabha seat.
Besides Virbhadra Singh, HP Congress chief Kuldeep Singh Rathore, its former chief Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu, CLP leader Mukesh Agnihotri, Hamirpur Congress candidate Ram Lal Thakur and other MLAs of the area were present in the meeting.
The former chief minister thanked the party high command for giving a ticket to one of his old friends Ram Lal Thakur. Virbhadra Singh said he would appeal to people to vote for Ram Lal Thakur as he was the right choice to become an MP from Hamirpur.
During the meeting, Ram Lal Thakur also hit out at BJP candidate Anurag Thakur for not "fulfilling" the promises made during the 2017 assembly polls.
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