Bhatt warns of strict action for violating party discipline
The Bharatiya Janata Party state president and MP Ajay Bhatt has stressed that discipline is among the topmost priorities of the party and that indiscipline will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
In a statement issued by the party’s state media in-charge Devendra Bhasin, the BJP State president has cited the action taken against some office bearers and workers of the party for indiscipline during the ongoing Panchayat elections, stating that the action had been taken to strictly enforce discipline in the party. Bhatt further said that information is being received from some other places about some other party workers violating the directions of the party. Strict action will be taken against such party workers after confirming their involvement in anti-party activities, irrespective of who they are and which post they are occupying. “The BJP is today the world’s largest political party. One of the major reasons for this is the internal discipline of the party. Hence, it is a shared responsibility of all in the party to maintain discipline. No lenience can be allowed when it comes to party discipline,” said the BJP State president.
Bhatt further stated that two phases and other processes are yet to be completed in the three-tier Panchayat elections. The party is ensuring that none of its office bearers and workers violates the decisions and directions of the party. The office bearer of party worker concerned will be responsible for the strict action which will be taken against him or her for violating the decisions and discipline of the party, stressed the party’s state president.
Important party meet to be held on Oct 14
An important meeting of the BJP is slated to be held at the party’s state office in Dehradun on October 14. The meeting which will be presided over by the BJP State president Ajay Bhatt will be attended by chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, state general secretary (organisation) Ajey Kumar and central leaders of the party.
The BJP State media in-charge Devendra Bhasin informed that along with office bearers of the party, this meeting will be attended by the BJP MPs, MLAs, in-charge of districts and members of district committees formed the Panchayat elections. The party’s state general secretary Rajendra Bhandari has issued a letter to this effect. Apart from the state leaders, the inputs of central leaders will also be received in the meeting. The party’s programmes being undertaken in the state will be discussed and the Panchayat elections will also be reviewed in this meeting, added the party’s state media in-charge.
Tuesday, 08 October 2019 | PNS | Dehradun
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