New Delhi: In West Bengal, the party’s state unit chief Dilip Ghosh met JP Nadda on Monday amid angry statements being made by several BJP leaders. After this, Ghosh said that I informed BJP President JP Nadda about the political situation in the state and the affairs of the BJP there."text-align: justify;"Let us inform that MP Soumitra Khan had recently made a statement after not getting a place in the expansion of the Union Council of Ministers, while Babul Supriyo, who was removed from the Council of Ministers, also made a comment on Facebook. He later withdrew his statement. Supriyo had said that I was asked to resign and I did so. I am happy that today I am leaving without any trace of corruption. I served the people of my area with all my might and the people of Asansol reposed their faith in me by voting again as MP .
What did Dilip Ghosh say?
Without naming the leaders who made such statements, Dilip Ghosh said that such comments affect the morale of the party workers. He said, “I made him aware of various statements, which were made in public, how he made statements without thinking. It should be stopped. Statements that should have been made within the party were made publicly.’’
…then there will be disciplinary action
Regarding the leaders making statements in public, Ghosh said that if they continue to make such statements, then disciplinary action will be taken against them. Can go.
The BJP leader said, “he has tried to be a national leader for many years… let him focus on Bengal, let him try to work for the welfare of the people in the state.’’ p>