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Big rebellion in Dharamshala BJP

Dharamsala: A major rebellion has come to the fore in the ruling party BJP in Kangra’s district headquarters Dharamsala. In protest against giving a party ticket to Rakesh Chaudhary, who joined BJP from AAP, the party’s Mandal President Anil Chaudhary and BJP ST Morcha state vice-president Vipan Kumar Naihariya on Tuesday filed their nominations as independent candidates before the party candidate. presented a great challenge.

BJP Mandal President today filed a nomination along with supporters and bandwagon. At the same time, BJP Tribal Morcha’s state vice-president Vipan Kumar Naihariya, who is claiming for the ticket, along with his supporters, held a meeting at the court check and filed a nomination against the party candidate. A big split in the BJP has come to the fore in Dharamsala after both the leaders angry with the party have entered the electoral fray in this way.

The condition of the BJP is such that neither the mandal nor the party functionaries are going to handle it. Some old party workers and office bearers were also seen with Vipan Naihariya and some were seen standing with Mandal President Anil Chaudhary. The polarization of the OBC and tribal voters in the BJP could be the easiest way for Congress. In the past, both communities were organized and the BJP has been getting direct benefits from it. But this time after changing the candidate, the lack of senior leaders to handle the party was clearly visible, the effect of which is that the workers have started on their own path.

Everyone was surprised to see the atmosphere of Dharamshala on the last day of filing nominations. On one side Anil Chaudhary was going on his shoulders and on the other hand supporters of Vipin, and Naihariya were shouting slogans. Whereas BJP has made Rakesh Chaudhary its candidate. Earlier, supporters of MLA Vishal Nehria also kept raising slogans in protest. However, Vishal Nehria seems to be missing from this political picture.

On the other hand, BJP District President Chandrabhushan Nag says that it is everyone’s right to ask for tickets, but when the high command or the state leadership takes a decision, all workers should follow that decision. Talks are going on with all the party office-bearers who have filed nominations. Everything will be fine soon. At the same time, eyes will be on the withdrawal of nominations.

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