BJP faction in Himachal announces new political front

February 1, 2012


Shimla (Feb 1): A splinter group of ruling BJP in Himachal Pradesh today
announced to form a new political front for the forthcoming assembly elections.

Former BJP MP Mahaishwar Singh and former Speaker of Vidhan Sabha Radha Raman Shastri today announced to renounce BJP. The two leaders, accompanied by former minister Mahinder Nath Soft and Shyama Sharma addressed a press conference here today and alleged that the present government is snarled in rampant corruption.

They alleged that the BJP high command did not hear their concerns. Maheshwer Singh also announced that they quit BJP after failing to negotiate with BJP high command, and more leaders and party workers would join them.

1 Comment

  1. Sunil

    Good to see that people are leaving corrupt leaders, who made mullah’s procuring pipes for next 10 years for govt. sector from their share holding pipe making companies in delhi, bought million dollar hotel and still calling themselves “Sadak Ka Mantri”. I have always voted for BJP just beause it was less corrupt than congress. But good initiative by above people, we’ll definitely support you to build a prosperous himachal.

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