"We have submitted the report to the party high command observing that he has crossed the 'Laxman Rekha' and it is for the Central Parliamentary Board to take further action", Ganeshi Lal, chairman of the disciplinary committee said.
Lal, who was here as the central observer for the state BJP chief elections, said that the "function of the committee is only to ascertain that whether the utterances made by Azad dented the image of the party, caused embarrassment to the leaders or created discomfort or unpleasantness and our observation is that he was failing in maintaining discipline and hurt the party by his utterances".
The BJP leader noted, "It is normal if our opponents criticise the party or its leaders, but no leader claiming to be a dedicated soldier of the party can have the license, liberty or luxury to publicly criticise the party or its leaders and cause embarrassment to the top leadership.

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