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Bilaspur: Workers forgot to put the photo of Congress state president, got show cause notice


Bilaspur Chhattisgarh

oi-Dhirendra Giri

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Published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 17:52 [IST]

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Bilaspur, 23 September.
The workers of Chhattisgarh’s ruling party Congress forgot to respect their own state president, who has been blamed. In fact, the Bilaspur Congress Committee has issued notices to its three office-bearers, warning them to take disciplinary action. These workers did not put pictures of state president Mohan Markam from the welcome hoardings of Chhattisgarh in-charge PL Punia. Considering it as indiscipline, the party has sought a reply from him within three days.

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Markam’s picture was missing

It is being told that on September 20, a workers’ conference was organized at Congress Bhawan. Chhattisgarh Congress in-charge PL Punia, in-charge secretary Saptagiri Shankar Ulka and PCC president Mohan Markam attended the conference. Congress workers had put up welcome hoardings and flexes to welcome the veteran leaders, in which joint general ministers Bunty Ravan, Rajvardhan Singh and Farooq Khan had also put up flexes with their photographs, along with the photographs of Punia and Ulka. Both the leaders are office-bearers of the District Congress Committee, but they did not put up the photographs of State Congress Committee President Mohan Markam, which was considered undisciplined.

fear of factionalism

Actually, the three leaders to whom the notice has been served, were earlier involved in the Jogi Congress. Due to his activeness, the camp among the rest of the Congressmen has increased. It is also mentioned in the notice that it was necessary to affix the photographs of all the office bearers of the Congress. The photographs of the state president as well as the office bearers of the Block Congress Committee were also missing in the flax.

BJP took a jibe

Here, on which issue the BJP has taunted the Congress. State spokesperson Dev Lal Thakur issued a statement saying that due to the Congress government in Chhattisgarh, 12 percent reservation of tribal society has been reduced, its result is visible inside the Congress, only the photo of state president Mohan Markam is missing from the banner poster. Congress leaders are roaming from place to place looking for the reason for the defeat, when will they know the condition of the tribals.

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english summary

Bilaspur: The workers forgot to put the photo of the party president, got the notice

Story first published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 17:52 [IST]

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