Dehradun: In a bid to get into power, the BJP may pull non-performer MLAs out of the forthcoming election. The party mulls to field new faces in place of ten MLAs who have failed to perform. 

BJP is planning to repeat its performance of beating the ruling Congress as it did in 2007 elections. However, the BJP already started the ground work for winning Assembly elections after getting drubbing in the Lok Sabah polls. Keeping this in view, a survey was conducted under the leadership of BJP president Nitin Gadkari.

In past one-and-half year the party has found that 19 sitting MLAs of three Assembly constituencies did not perform up to the mark. Unhappy with the overall performances, the BJP leaders have decided not to give tickets to non-performer MLAs.

The survey in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chattishgarh and Bihar is already over and it has been found that many of the sitting MLAs have not performed well.

(JPN/ Bureau)