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BJP Mandal president Kishtwar resigns over Panchayat elections debacle
11/30/2018 9:55:29 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 30: The senior BJP leader and one of the prominent party face from Kishtwar Bansi Lal Aryan today resigned from the post of BJP Mandal President Kishtwar as well as from the basic membership of BJP over the Panchayat election debacle in which BJP manage to win only two seats of Sarpanchs of the total 12 seats.
In a resignation letter addressed to District President BJP Kishtwar, BJP Mandal President stated that due to unavoidable circumstance and prevailing situation in the party in Kishtwar District, he was submitting his resignation.
Speaking to ET, Bansi Lal said that the lack of discipline cost the BJP heavily in Urban Local Bodies and Panchayat elections and added that despite his repeated attempt to keep the flock together, he failed which led to his decision of resigning from the party .
He said that former Minister and Ex MLA Kishtwar Sunil Sharma and District President BJP Kishtwar Akshay Sharma were responsible for party's defeat in Kishtwar block and ULB elections in which BJP manage to win only one seat. "We lost the elections only because too many BJP workers chose to contest the election from single Panchayat-this was the responsibility of Ex MLA Kishtwar along with District President to prevent such things but they failed" said Bansi Lal .
It is pertinent to mention that except in block Padder and Nagsni, BJP lost to NC in its strong bastion of Dachhan, Nagsini and Kishtwar blocks.
Similarly in Palmar and Nagsni blocks, both NC & BJP almost managed to get equal share of votes.
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