An inaccurate tweet by the Public Relations division of the Himachal Pradesh authorities has stirred up speculations of change of management, however with a touch of humour within the state after Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur turned “Jao Ram” ensuing from a typographical mistake.
In the now-deleted tweet, the state’s Information and Public Relations Department made the embarrassing spelling mistake on Friday night time and was fast to obtain flak from Twitterati.
Meanwhile, mocking the BJP, the Congress took a swipe on the saffron Chief Minister and stated that there’s “nothing wrong” within the tweet because the CM certainly “is going”.
State Congress president Kuldeep Rathor, stated, “Jab woh ja rahe hain, to Jao Ram hi likhange. Isme galat kya hai (When he is going, it is fair to write Jao Ram. What is wrong in it)?”
Leader of Opposition Mukesh Agnihotri stated, “The IPR department knows what is going to happen in the days to come. They can feel the pulse of the people.”
The ruling BJP dismissed hypothesis of change of guard and stated it’s “just a mistake”.
Former chief minister Shanta Kumar stated “it was a big mistake” and state celebration president Suresh Kashyap dominated out rumours. Kashyap stated “Aisa kuchh bhi nahin hai (There’s nothing like this),” stated Kashyap.
Former CM Prem Kumar Dhumal stated, “Such mistakes should be overlooked and forgiven.”
Thakur’s journey to Delhi final week to ask President Ram Nath Kovind in addition to Union ministers for an occasion to mark the golden jubilee of Himachal Pradesh’s statehood had sparked rumours that he was summoned to the nationwide capital by the BJP management for a change of guard within the state.