BHOPAL : The State BJP Office, on Tuesday, witnessed a ruckus when party workers from Narsinghpur and Ashoknagar protested and levelled allegations of irregularities in the organisational elections.
The BJP had convened a meeting of election officers who conducted organisational elections across the state.
Even as the meeting was underway, party workers from Ashoknagar, led by former MLA Deshraj Singh Yadav, demanded removal of Neeraj Manoria, who was appointed Mandal President. They alleged that Manoria was connected with the Congress. Yadav alleged that those who are in nexus with Congress were being given posts in the party organisation. State General Secretary Arvind Bhadoria, who came to pacify Yadav, said the party organisation would consider the submission of Yadav. Meanwhile, Party Organisational General Secretary Arvind Menon said in the meeting that one post of General Secretary at district and Mandal levels will be reserved for the SC and ST workers.
Party’s State President Nandkumar Singh Chauhan, appreciating the role played by the office-bearers in organisational elections, said it was an achievement that elections in 693 out of 757 Mandals across the state were conducted peacefully and with mutual understanding. He congratulated the election officers for this achievement.
Former Organisational General Secretaries Krishnamurari Moghe, Makhansingh Chauhan and Bhagwatsharan Mathur apprised the office-bearers of the party’s philosophy, policies and election process.