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Major revamp likely in Delhi BJP after May 23

THE ASIAN AGE. | SHASHI BHUSHAN
Published : May 22, 2019, 3:56 am IST
Updated : May 22, 2019, 3:56 am IST

Vice presidents except Rajiv Babbar and Abhay Verma, who were in-charge of one Lok Sabha constituency each, were also not active on the ground.

 Delhi BJP general secretary Kuljeet Singh Chahal
  Delhi BJP general secretary Kuljeet Singh Chahal

New Delhi: Acting tough on the inputs received from central leadership that several leaders had worked against the party, the Delhi BJP is all set for a major reshuffle after declaration of the Lok Sabha polls on May 23. It is reliably learnt that the BJP central leadership has prepared a report which has pointed out that several leaders and office-bearers were found working against the party during the Lok Sabha polls in the national capital. Confirming this, a top source in the Delhi BJP told this newspaper that stringent action will be taken against the errant leaders after the announcement of the elections results.

A senior leader said that the BJP had deployed several independent individuals to help party candidates, access ground condition and sent their daily reports to the central leadership. The leader said: “It was found that several key office-bearers including general secretaries Kuljeet Singh Chahal, Ravinder Gupta and Rajesh Bhatia were missing in action on the ground. Vice presidents except Rajiv Babbar and Abhay Verma, who were in-charge of one Lok Sabha constituency each, were also not active on the ground.

 

Similarly, several secretaries were also not seen working actively on the ground except a handful of office-bearers, he said, adding that none of them were seen during the campaigning or with their respective candidates.

Taking a dig on senior office-bearers, a party functionary said that no candidate even asked these office-bearers to help them in the poll process.

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