BJP doesn’t let Gaur, Sartaj address meet

No discussion about Modi’s rally in meeting

BHOPAL : A meeting convened to discuss the arrangements for the proposed visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the state in Bhabara on August 9 turned out to be a mere formality. May ministers and party leaders were not present in the meeting. No discussion was held at all for a rally of Modi for which the meeting was held.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Bhabara, which is to be rechristened as Chandrashekhar Azad Nagar in memory of the revolutionary leader.

The meeting was called to discuss the arrangements of the PM’s meeting, but due to absence of the senior leaders the present party members only discussed about the ‘Tiranga Yatra’ and not even single part of the scheduled issue was discussed. Following the current PM’s visit, zeal among the leaders is not so much apparent, not only this, but also they are trying not to turn up at Bhabara due to rainy conditions in the state. The two leaders, former chief minister Babulal Gaur and former minister Sartaj Singh were not given any chance to speak from the dais, because the present leaders feared that they would make some controversial statements. But their junior leaders like Arvind Bhadoriya and Tapan Bhomick were allowed to address the meeting while Gaur and Singh were made to sit as listeners. The meting was called by the state BJP president Nandkumar Singh Chauhan and RSS leader Suhas Bhagat, but both were also not present in the meeting. In the meting all the leaders of Bhopal and Hoshangabad were invited, but the local leaders and ministers like Umashankar Gupta, Rampal Singh and Surendra Patwa remained absent from the meeting.

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