BJP leaders summoned to Delhi

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Dec 2: The BJP high command has summoned the State leadership to Union capital to discuss the prevailing situation in the J&K and the party with them.
According to sources, the BJP State president, Sat Sharma,  party general secretary (Org), Ashok Kaul and Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh have been summoned by party high command to New Delhi to discuss the prevailing situation with them tomorrow.
Sources said the party national general secretary (Org) Ram Lal and another national general secretary Ram Madhav who is also incharge J&K will discuss the prevailing situation with the BJP leaders in the State especially after the Union Government’s decision of demonetization.
Sources said the BJP leaders were also summoned to ascertain the facts about the recent controversy surfacing some party Ministers to which the high command has taken a serious exception and made it clear to the State leadership that it will not watch the happenings as a mute spectator.
Sources said party high command has also informed the State leadership that it will not allow any one how influential he may be to tarnish the image of the Party as Modi Government is committed to zero tolerance on corruption.
However, party sources termed it a routine meeting between the BJP and RSS leadership. Sources said the RSS Sangchalak from J&K Ramesh Pappa and another senior leader Parshotam Dadichi will also attend the meeting.

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