According to Kashmir Independent Press (KIP), News Agency of J&K quoting BJP sources said that tthe seven MLAs were not going to accept defeat.They plan to resort to legal,const it tional and political courses against their disqualification which they t erm as biased.
According to these sources these MLAs may launch a campaign against the loyalists in the party who have been given a clean chit in cross voting case.The supended MLAs plan to expose some of the loyalists or having direct links with the National Conference and thy were in the forefront of those who had defied party whip by indulging in cross voting.
Sources said that the expelled MLAs may neither join the Congress nor the National Conference because once they do it they will be exposed.By joining either the NC or the Congress their opponents could use that as a proof for establishing thei charge hat the seven BJP MLAs had voted in favour of the NC and the Congress candidates in the Legislative council elecion.
KIP in a news bulletin on Saturday said that since these MLAs have their roots and areas of influence in Jammu region joining NC would be as bad as a political suicide because the image of the NC has been soiled in the region bcuse of its policies and on account of its poor perfomance.
Hence chances for their forming a new organisation that could act as a parallel party to the BJP.,KIP said in news bulletin