BJP disciplinary committee to be reconstituted this month: Jatia
Bhopal, Mar 27 (UNI) Parrying questions over disciplinary action to be taken against expelled BJP leader Uma Bharti's supporters, Madhya Pradesh BJP President Satyanarayan Jatia today said state party disciplinary committee will be reconstituted by the end of this month.
''The reconstituted disciplinary committee will take a decision in this matter and concerned party workers will be provided opportunity to clarify their stand before disciplinary action is initiated,'' Mr Jatia told reporters here today.
Denying allegations regarding adopting of double standards while dealing with the dissidents, he said following party constitution and policies was necessary before taking an action.
He said final shape was being given to former BJP National President L K Advani's 'Ekatma Rath Yatra', which shall reach Shahdol district in Madhya Pradesh on April 25 and will reach the state capital negotiating its way through Katni and Jabalpur.
The Rath Yatra will remain in the state till April 28.
On the possibility of mid-term elections in view of 'office of profit' issue, Mr Jatia said the BJP was always prepared for elections. He added that there was no controversy over 'office of profit' being enjoyed by legislators in Madhya Pradesh due to certain rules framed by the then Congress Government in 1980.
Holding the wrong policies of UPA Government responsible for rising inflation in the country, he said increase in prices of basic commodities like wheat, flour, rice, pulse, etc has made life difficult for common people.
Accusing the Congress of forgetting its poll promise of 'Congress ka hath garibon ke sath (Congress' hand is with poor people)', Mr Jatia said BJP workers had staged sit-in in different places over rising prices and submitted memorandum to the Governor.
Commenting upon black marketing of cement and cooking gas, he said the Centre's wrong policies had shattered the dreams of common man of acquiring 'roti, kapda aur makan (bread, cloth and house)' UNI AG-PS AD GC2012