Political parties have started preparations for the next year’s assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. During this, the BJP is trying to come to power for the fifth time. For this, the performance report of the district heads is being prepared by the party. On the basis of which the party is preparing to make changes in 15 districts of the state. Districts from where more complaints of district heads are being received, they can be changed soon. In civic elections where party candidates are defeated or cross-voted, the presidents can also be changed. The organization has sought the information of district heads through workers and public representatives. The report is being prepared on this basis.
District heads expel the claimants
It has come to the notice of the organization that some district presidents are targeting the honest workers of the party on the pretext of elections due to enmity. Will send a motion of expulsion against such district heads. The organization has also taken the matter seriously. The working of such district heads is being monitored. The district presidents who want to contest the assembly elections are getting the candidates for the ticket of their area expelled.
No chance after being district president twice
There is a system in the BJP organization that no person can stay in the same post for more than two terms, so it has been decided that the district presidents of many districts who have been performing the responsibility of the president for two consecutive terms, the organization should relieve them from the post. The tax may assign a new responsibility.
Big changes will happen in the organization in November
The tenure of most of the district heads across the state is ending in November this year. After the organizational elections in November 2019, the first list of 33 new district heads was released on 5 December 2019. After this the list of 24 district heads was released separately. The process of organizational elections at the central and state level in the party goes on simultaneously. In such a situation, the year 2022 is of organizational elections.
By the way, instead of removing them at the end of the term of district presidents in 2017, their tenure was extended in view of the assembly elections to be held in 2018. The tenure of BJP state president VD Sharma is also ending in February next year. In such a situation, the discussions regarding the state president have also intensified.