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After tightening his grips over BJP, Koul starts showing teeth to RSS also
Selection of LC members creates anger among party cadres
3/30/2015 11:57:36 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 30: After completely tightening his grip on the BJP, "all-powerful" Ashok Koul, general secretary (organizing) of the state unit of BJP has started showing his teeth to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)-the fountain head of Sangh Parivar.
Selection of candidates for the four nominated seats of Legislative Council is an indication that Ashok Koul, who has been deputed to the BJP by the RSS for organization work, has started flexing his muscles to settle personal score with some senior RSS leaders.
Selection of Surinder Ambardar, an unknown employ of Agriculture Department, authenticated that Ashok Koul wanted to appoint his own men on important positions. Ambardar's name was never in the list but it was all due to intervention of Koul that his name was cleared. Ambardar has applied for premature retirement but higher ups of his department are adamant to give him retirement illegally.
Credible sources said that at least three months prior notice was must to get VRS but Ambardar has applied for the same just a couple of days back. In case he has to take retirement at this juncture, he has to lose pension benefits and gratuity.
Credible sources in the BJP said that party leadership as well as Sangh Parivar was interested to nominate a Kashmir Pandit of highly intellect as Member of the Legislative Council but Ashok Koul out-rightly rejected all deserving candidates and selected his Man Friday-Sunil Ambardar for this post. K N Pandita, Ashwani Charangoo, Lalit Moza, T N Koul, Ajay Charangoo and many other prominent Kashmiri Pandit leaders were deserving for the MLC nomination but Ashok Koul nominated his own man for this post.
Credible sources said that taking benefit of the "weak" state president, Jugal Kishore Sharma, who has surrendered all his powers to him, Ashok Koul has now started adjusting his own men in the party to continue his control on it.
Instead of giving importance to those leaders who have RSS backing, Ashok Koul has started projecting non-Sanghi leaders to whom he can easily influenced.
Credible sources in the BJP said that there was strong resentment in the party after selection of candidates for nominating seats of the Legislative Council.
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