BJP chief distances his party from “Godse remark”
BJP chief Amit Shah has clarified his party’s stand about the “Godse remark” made by some of the leaders of his party. He has distanced his party from the remark and announced it as something which is against the ideology of the BJP. He has asked the concerned structure of the party, which deals with his disciplinary issues, to take stern against those responsible in the issue. This means that several BJP leaders, including Pragya Singh Thakur, may face certain disciplinary actions.
The disciplinary committee has been asked to submit its report in the issue within the time frame of ten days.
It seems that the party fear that the remark may adversely affect the prospects of the BJP in the state of West Bengal, which it sees as a weapon to recover the loss it is likely to face in the Hindi best in this election.
The immediate reaction of the BJP chief in the issue is, most probably, emerged out of this fear of losing in West Bengal, where it is already in a bad state due to the “reformer status demolition” issue.
The last phase of general election is likely to end in this 19. The result will be declared on 23rd May.
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