The Bharatiya Janata Party has suspended four more members from two districts for anti-party activities. The BJP state general secretary Rajendra Bhandari issued a notice stating that in Dehradun district the Mahil Morcha district head Maya Pant and Uma Dabral while in Udham Singh Nagar district Govind Singh Jimwal and Harish Bhandari had been suspended. The four were suspended on the directions of the party’s state president Ajay Bhatt for anti-party activities and working against the candidates supported by the party in the district Panchayat elections. The district level committees formed by the party for the Panchayat elections had submitted reports regarding the anti-party activities of these members.
The BJP State media in-charge Devendra Bhasin informed that so far the party has suspended 96 party workers including some office bearers for anti-party activities and working against the candidates supported by the party in the Panchayat elections.
The suspended office bearers were relieved of their positions with immediate effect.
The BJP State president had earlier stressed that discipline is among the topmost priorities of the party. Any member found flouting the party’s discipline and going against issued directions will face strict action, added Bhasin.