New Delhi: The bickering amongst the party cadres continues to haunt Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Even before party could solve the ongoing controversy related to seven legislators of Jammu and Kashmir, a BJP parliamentarian from Himachal Pradesh (HP) Dr Rajan Sushant has blown the bugle against the state government.

The party leadership has taken the issue seriously and the MP from Kangra could be soon questioned in this regard.
Just a day before the Mahasangram Rally at Gorakhpur, the issue of not entertaining the posters of Mahant Avaidyanath has already created a controversy in the region.

On the one hand, the BJP is attacking the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) by boasting about the projects carried out in party ruled governments’ work, their own leaders are turning rebellious.

In Karnataka, the revolt against Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa seems to be have pacified, while in HP the party MP Rajan Sushant has turned rebellious against Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal. He has blamed the HP government for corruption.

The allegation comes soon after the visit of the party stalwart Lal Krishna Advani to the state. Advani has recently praised the HP government and the development projects carried out in the state.

The state BJP unit has however demanded stern action against the MP. BJP’s national General Secretary and spokesman Jagat Prakash Nadda said “The internal democracy of the party does not grant the permission to any member to exceed his limits.”

Previously, Sushant has been twice expelled from the BJP on the charges of being involved in anti-party activities.

JPN/Bureau