New Delhi: As Himachal Pradesh assembly elections are scheduled to take place by the end of the year, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is planning to make wide changes in state organization for solving the internal tiff within the party.

Under this, those members who are unhappy with the appointment of the new unit in charge will get important responsibilities in the camp. Along with this, the leaders will work to establish coordination between the BJP government and party organization in the state besides getting back the rebels in its fold.

Taking serious note of the internal dissension prevailing and efforts falling flat to control the situation, the party high command has decided to revamp the state organization. According to the sources, the current president of the state unit Kheemi Ram will soon be replaced by the other leader.

As a matter of fact, one of the factions of the party comprising former chief minister Shanta Kumar and senior members opposed the appointment of Kheemi Ram. The prime motive of the present HP Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal to nominate Kheemi Ram as the party unit president was to ease the burden on the government and to establish coordination within the party members. However, the party president got enrolled in factionalism raising dissatisfaction within the camp.

Following this, MP Rajan Sushant has been constantly opposing the decision while former MP Maheshwar Singh has left the party and has formed Lokhit Party. Many of the BJP workers have joined the party. In such a situation the party high command has sought report from the party’s general secretary JP Nadda and in-charge Shyam Jaju.

It is likely that the BJP will do revamping before the completion of UP election.

JPN/Bureau