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Infighting intensified in BJP after Sunday's poor show
9/23/2019 11:23:16 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 23: Infighting in BJP has been intensified after poor show of the party during Sunday's rally in which attendance was very very low. It is first time during the last 10 years that BJP's rally has witnessed such a low presence of people.
Credible sources said that senior leaders have aired their anger in public against poor show during Sunday;s rally which was organized to mark 125th birth anniversary of Maharaja Hari Singh. Majority of the senior leaders have blamed those who are at the helm of the affairs for poor show of the party in the rally held in the heart of the Jammu city which is considered as strong hold BJP since long.
Credible sources said that senior leaders are annoyed with the style of functioning of couple of leaders who have hijacked the party and are alleged not involving seniors in finalizing various programmes. "Leadership was suggested to involve all former MLAs, senior leaders and grassroots level workers for Sunday' s rally but the leaders, who are manning all affairs of the party, have refused to involve seniors for Sunday's programme", sources said and added that state unit of BJP has completely become party of over half a dozen leaders who are taking all important decisions unanimously.
For the last some months, especially after victory of party in the Parliamentary elections, all senior leaders have been sidelined because those who are at the helm of the affairs of the party are of the view that it was all due to their efforts that party has won three seats with increased margins. "Humiliating senior leaders has become a routine affairs because top leadership is giving importance of some outsiders who have recently joined the party", sources said and added that most of the senior leaders avoid visiting party office.
Credible sources said officially BJP has hired 120 mini buses for carrying people for Sundays rally but attendance was very poor. Apart from these 120 hire minibuses, some emerging leaders in the parry, who have become blue-eyed boys of present leadership, had also claimed to deploy scores of vehicles for rally.
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