Shivprakash, Murli are unable to handle the state party
Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Bharatiya Janata Party’s National Co-Organization General Secretary Shiv Prakash and his state in-charge Murlidhar Rao are not able to handle the politics of Madhya Pradesh.
Elections in the state are five months away from now, but party leaders are busy fighting among themselves. Both Shivprakash and Rao look on helpless.
Apart from Shivprakash and Rao, regional organization general secretary Ajay Jamwal has failed to extinguish the anger of the party leaders.
These leaders have been holding meetings with the people of the state party for the last two years and giving suggestions to the government and the organization. Despite this, he seems to have failed to control the party.
Since these leaders have failed to handle the situation, there is a plan to form an election coordination committee.
The committee will include influential leaders from the state and their central counterparts, so that a clear picture of the party’s strategy can emerge before the elections.
After the upheaval in the Sagar unit of the party, the in-charge there has been exposed. He held meetings with the leaders of Sagar, but could not extinguish the anger of the party men.
Former minister Deepak Joshi left the party, many other leaders are in touch with the Congress. Many leaders are making controversial statements against each other, indicating that these leaders have no control over the party.
Ananta, Venkaiah, Sahasrabuddhe had control
Arun Jaitley, Ananth Kumar, Venkaiah Naidu, Vinay Sahasrabuddhe and other leaders were in charge of elections in the state. Those leaders had control over the state party unit. Those leaders neither held as many meetings as this trio is doing today nor did they pull up the party people. Despite this, he had control over the party.
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