Bhopal: All the 406 unfaithful party workers expelled by the Bharatiya Janata Party have been re-incorporated into the organization.

The members had worked against the party not just during the local elections but in the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections as well. 

State Discipline Committee Chairman Kailash Narayan Sarang told the reporters during a press conference on Thursday about the party’s decision.

He said the committee discussed on the 446 pending cases of indiscipline of which 406 were forgiven and were called back on the basis of the recommendations and approval of the district committee.

He said, “These were the names which had sought a written apology to forgive their deed”.
Former legislator Jalam Singh and former Municipal Corporation Chairman Jaspal Arora are also among the expelled party members.

Former legislator Sarang said, “The party arrived on a conclusion that all those who wish to make a comeback can request the party in this regard”.

JPN/Bureau