Jamshedpur: Bharatiya Janata Party’s Jamshedpur West assembly constituency unit members on Monday unanimously decided to boycott all meetings and events of the party till party’s youth wing president Manoj Vajpayee was sacked from his post.
In a meeting organized today at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Community Building, Sakchi, the district vice president Chitranjan Verma said the party leadership should immediately remove Vajpayee from the post of president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM). He said the removal would be in the larger interest of the party while addressing party members.
Verma told party leaders that the decision to boycott party events came after a party meeting held yesterday at Banmali Bhavan near Jail Chowk at Sakchi. During the meeting convened by the Sakchi Mandal working committee of BJP, the MLA of Ghatsila Laxman Tudu was also present.
Sitting at the dais on the occasion, Vajpayee allegedly got up and spoke in un-parliamentary language while accusing the Mandal president and several other party leaders of inaction. Vajpayee and others were in drunk state when the incident took place, said Verma, adding that the BJYM president and other youth wing members attended the meeting uninvited and started vandalising chairs during the meeting. Vajpayee overturned the table and used obscene language against those present, alleged Verma.
Among those present in today’s meeting include Neeru Singh, Gopal Jaisawal, Deepak Parikh, Vikas Singh, Rajkumar Srivastava, Mukul Mishra, Kamal Kishore, Harendra Pandey, Lalan Dwivedi, Manoj Singh, Shatrughan Giri, Ashutosh Rai, Neeraj Singh, Anand Jha and Vivek Pandey.