The Bengal branch of the BJP established a disciplinary action committee on Tuesday with the goal of curbing anti-party activities at a time when the saffron camp is shaken by grassroots unrest and internal criticism.
The disciplinary panel had been expected to be constituted since the new state committee was constituted in 2020, with Dilip Ghosh as its president. The timing of the decision has led some BJP members to wonder if there is no longer a place for them to express their views. In the recent few days, Ghosh has faced two protests, one in Hooghly and the other in Asansol. Many members of the party believed the leaders were attempting to prevent them from stating the truth.
Singh noted how the exclusion of leaders from outside Bengal aided the Trinamul Congress and Mamata Banerjee’s attempts to portray the BJP as a “outsider” party.
He accused Delhi leaders of visiting regions like Midnapore and speaking in Hindi, according to a source. “Of course, the people there didn’t understand what the leaders were saying, which alienated them.