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Internal Dissent: BJP Leaders Voice Concerns Against Party Candidates In Gujarat

According to a report, After the Lok Sabha elections in Gujarat, the BJP has been dealing with allegations that some of its leaders acted against their own party candidates. Several BJP MLAs have openly criticized the ¬†government’s system in letters.

The party has issued a directive to its leaders: they can write letters about public work, but they must not share these communications on social media.

In the past 15 days, three BJP MLAs and one city president have voiced concerns about their own government’s system. This has sparked significant political discussion, with many questioning why BJP representatives are raising issues against their own administration.

Kumar Kanani, the MLA from Varachha, Surat, reported that agents in the collector’s office were demanding bribes to speed up caste certificate processing. Meanwhile, Junagadh MLA Sanjay Kordia complained that government officials were ignoring his efforts to beautify a local lake and wrote a letter to the Chief Minister.

Additionally, Mahudha MLA Sanjay Singh Mahida accused the Taluka Development Officer of malpractice, alleging that he purchased low-quality water coolers and other equipment for primary schools.

Furthermore, the BJP president of Gariadhar town in Bhavnagar district wrote a letter complaining that the chief officer and municipality officials were only listening to the Aam Aadmi Party MLA.

Claims have emerged that letters from BJP MLAs and leaders about negligence in the government system and corrupt officials are tarnishing the image of the ruling BJP government. Consequently, BJP MLAs have been urged to be cautious, ensuring that while they can make submissions, their letters do not go viral on social media.

According to the report, there was significant internal discord within the BJP during this Lok Sabha election. As a result, some BJP leaders either acted against the party or remained inactive in specific constituencies. Reportedly, in seats such as Banaskantha, Vadodara, Porbandar, Patan, Amreli, Anand, and Sabarkantha, some leaders were inactive, while others engaged in anti-party activities.


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