Bhopal: Following the defeat in Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls, the Bhartiya Janata Party which ruled the state for fifteen years now facing the major infight within the party and leaders have started blaming each other for the defeat in the polls.
Rebel voices have started coming out and questions are being raised over the ticket distribution process where party workers are alleging of favoritism by senior party leaders to their Keith and kin.
A special invited member of BJP from Gwalior Advocate Awdhesh Singh Bhadoria has written to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, National President Amit Shah, and State President Rakesh Singh in this regard and expressed his disappointment. In his letter, Bhadoria has alleged that Central Minister Narendra Tomar and former Minister Maya Singh along with her husband Dhyanendra Singh had conspired against the BJP candidate leading their defeat.
In his letter to BJP President Bhadoria alleged that greed of some politicians and self-ambition of some leaders led to this conspiracy. He had explained the reason in great detail that how Minister Tomar had conspired in ticket allocation to establish his son from Muraina constituency.
Advocate Bhadoria has requested the National leadership of Bhartiya Janata Party to take disciplinary action against these leaders to establish confidence among party workers.