Bihar election: BJP expels nine rebel leaders from the party for six years

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The BJP on Monday expelled nine rebel leaders of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), who are going to contest against the official candidate of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), for six years on charges of anti-party activities. BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal gave this information.



Jaiswal told PTI-language, "Action has been taken against the party leaders going to contest against the official candidates of the NDA and a notice of action has been issued in this regard." The opinion of the party was already expressed.

In a letter signed by BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal, nine leaders have been expelled for six years, including Rajendra Singh, Rameshwar Chaurasia, Ravindra Yadav, Dr. Usha Vidyarthi, Shweta Singh, Indu Kashyap, Anil Kumar, Mrinal Shekhar, and Ajay Pratap

The letter issued by the party said, "You are contesting against the NDA candidate. This is tarnishing the image of the party along with the NDA. AAP people are expelled from the party for six years because of this anti-party act. ‚ÄĚSignificantly, in the Bihar assembly elections, many BJP leaders have jumped into the electoral fray on tickets of other parties. Chirag Paswan's Lok Jan Shakti Party has given tickets to many BJP leaders. Among these, LJP has given BJP state vice-president Rajendra Singh from Dinara while Rameshwar Chaurasia has been nominated from Sasaram. LJP has fielded former MLA Usha Vidyarthi from Paliganj and Dr. Ravindra Yadav from Jhajha.

It is notable that recently Chirag Paswan had parted ways with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Bihar, refusing to contest assembly elections under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. Chirag had said that he did not approve of Nitish Kumar's leadership. However, he had expressed his party's support for the BJP.

At the same time, BJP state president Jaiswal had said a few days ago that he would try to talk to the rebel leaders and convince them. If the party leaders do not return by 5 pm on October 12, the party will take action against them. Jaiswal, while slamming the LJP, recently clarified that Nitish Kumar is the leader of the NDA in Bihar and who will accept Kumar's leadership will remain in the NDA alliance in Bihar.