Guna: BJP expels 14 rebels for 6 years

State president Vishnudatta Sharma has authorised this action of expulsion terming it as an act of indiscipline.

FP News ServiceUpdated: Sunday, July 03, 2022, 09:18 PM IST
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Guna (Madhya Pradesh): As many as 14 BJP workers contesting against the party’s official candidates in the Guna municipal polls 2022 have been expelled from the party’s primary membership for six years.

State president Vishnudatta Sharma has authorised this action of expulsion terming it as an act of indiscipline.

Giving further information, BJP district media in-charge Vikas Jain Nakhrali told that district president Gajendra Singh Sikarwar has expelled 14 such partymen including former councillor Gendalal Kushwaha from Ward 1, former councillor Ajay Ojha from Ward 10, Jagdish Kushwaha from Ward 12, Gopal Shahu from Ward 13 and Prashant Soni from Ward 15 after failing to persuade them from contesting against the party’s authorised candidates.

Sikarwar said that any worker found indulging in anti-party activities, will face similar disciplinary action.

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