"We won't compromise on discipline in the party in the civic body elections. All men have to abide by party discipline. Even indiscipline from big leaders won't be tolerated," Madhya Pradesh state BJP chief Nandkumar Chauhan said.
Asked to comment on Congress leaders who are joining BJP in the run up to the polls, he said Congress is a 'sinking ship'.
"They are jumping a sinking ship and joining BJP. We are inducting them into the party to ensure that BJP president Amit Shah's dream of a Congress-free India is achieved," he said.
Chauhan said that BJP is fighting elections on the development plank and expressed hope that the party would sweep the polls.
He also dismissed reports that Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his Cabinet colleague Kailash Vijayvargiya have differences.

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