BJP backing the decision of disqualify the erring MLAs
Jammu, November 19 (Scoop News) – The decision of party legislative leader Jugal Kishore Sharma to disqualify the erring MLAs from the party has the full and complete backing and affirmation of the entire party leadership, both at State and Central level, said BJP state President Shamsher Singh Manhas in statement issued by him from Nagpur where he alongwith other senior leaders is attending 2-day important meet which had been planned since long back.
Manhas said that there was never any dithering or intentional delay in deciding the matter by the Jugal Kishore Sharma, nor were any second thoughts entertained by the party on coming down heavily on corruption and dishonesty in public life and in the party. The party’s Central disciplinary Committee had after an in-depth enquiry and investigation come to the conclusion that these disqualified six MLAs had not voted for the party’s candidate in the last election to Legislative Council in spite of having been issued a whip by the Chief Whip of the Legislative party. The BJP does not and will not countenance any dishonesty or corruption, even among its own persons and would be very strict and uncompromising. Upright conduct and rectitude being the creed of BJP, hence the action of disqualifying many MLAs was taken in a sensitive state like J&K.
Manhas added that party would never compromise or be lenient on the matters of corruption even among its high and mighty personages. Hence, it did not deviate from the path of taking the matter to its logical conclusion at the touch-stone of its ideology of moral conduct.
Shamsher Singh Manhas further clarified that the announcement of decision to disqualified the MLA had be made in their absence at the state hqrs as all important leaders of the party had to attend RSS meeting at Nagpur and which had been planned long back. The decision of disqualification had been taken by the lawful authority and in accordance with provision of law on the subject.
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