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Over 20 BJP leaders from Kargil quit party, charge Koul with promoting sycophant culture
7/21/2018 11:35:37 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, July 21: Already facing allegations of promoting sycophants and yes-men in the party, BJP's state general secretary Ashok Koul faced embarrassment when over 20 leaders from Kargil quitted the party, blaming Koul for promoting only his blue-eyed boys.
Ahead of coming elections of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) Kargil, this is big setback to BJP in this region and mass resignation of party leaders has also questioned credibility of Ashok Koul, who has been serious allegations.
As per reports 23 senior leaders of BJP including vice president, spokesperson and general secretary submitted their resignation to party general secretary organization Ashok Kaul at Tourist Facilitation Centre Kargil.
A delegation led BJP Kargil spokesperson Subhan jaffery met Kaul and submitted their resignations
"Three months ago, we informed the Party leadership in Kargil and the members of the state BJP about our resentment with some serious issues in the party. But the party has totally ignored us and we have compelled to take collective decision of resignation from the different positions and the basic membership of the party". The resignation letter reads
"Our resentment with the party was basically with the indiscipline shown by Mohammad Hassan Pasha (BJYM member) who has been given free hand to work and take decision in BJP Kargil. He has done so many activities and also taken some important decision on the behest of BJP by neglecting other senior members. In this regard you are always behind him to support", leaders accuse Ashok Koul in the letter.
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