He said the BJP leaders had acquired huge state government's property for personal benefits, which would soon be evicted from them.
Singh said he was touring various parts of the state in connection with the membership drive of the Youth Congress and if the party high command wished, he would contest the election of state president of the youth organisation.
He said the youth Congress had a plan to enrol 1,50,000 youth in state as against 1.10 lakh registered during the last elections.
He held a meeting with youth activists of the party here and discussed the election strategy. He asked them to enrol more and more members and make this organisation one of the best in India.He said the youth Congress would mobilise public opinion throughout the state and expose the misdeeds of the BJP.
The main thrust of the organisation would be to win all four Lok Sabha seats this time and Hamirpur seat would be on party's priority list.