Ranchi: JVM (P) chief general secretary Pradip Yadav said that six party legislators who joined BJP must be expelled from the assembly.
He was talking to the media at the party headquarters today. Yadav said that BJP had won over JVM (P) legislators through money and posts. He said that the BJP had forgotten the principles of party founders Dindayal Upadhyay and Shyama Prasad Mookerjee. The BJP has blackened the political history of the country.
Speaking further Pradip Yadav said a letter has been sent to the assembly speaker for disqualification of the six legislators from the House. “Party president Babulal Marandi and I would meet constitutional and legal experts on Thursday for their observations on expulsion of six legislators from the assembly.
A decision to the effect would be taken within next two days. Today the JVM (P) has observed ‘Black Day’ across Jharkhand and would also organize protests on the day when the cabinet would be expanded,” Yadav said.
Pradip Yadav commented that the BJP had caused defections in JVM (P) so that it could allocate iron and coal blocks unilaterally.
He said that the six legislators who joined BJP had shown political immaturity and opportunism. The JVM (P) would take up the issue before the court of law and people at large, he added.