The District OBC leader has written to the Party President Amit Shah for the change in state leadership if the party want to once again retain power in the state and do well in the 2019 general elections.
Ashok Choudhary, the head of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Kota District OBC Wing has once again raked up the issue of replacing chief minister Vasundhara Raje and state party chief Ashok Parnami after the party's recent loss in the by-elections held for Ajmer and Alwar Lok Sabha seats and assembly seat of Mandalgarh.
The District OBC leader has written to the Party President Amit Shah for the change in state leadership if the party want to once again retain power in the state and do well in the 2019 general elections. He told news agency IANS that he was eagerly awaiting a response from the top leadership in Delhi.
"I cannot expect justice from the Jaipur team but I have all my hopes stuck to the Delhi BJP team," said Choudhary.
He said that in the recently held meeting at the BJP state headquarters the topic of leadership crisis was discussed but the team wanted to find a middle path to make sure that BJP emerges as a winner in the upcoming state elections.
Terming the situation in the state as ‘grim’, Choudhary said that if a party worker goes to an elected representative with their problem, they turned up to Member of Parliament but they also didn’t have any solution to their problem. The party worker returns ‘empty-handed’ and their morale is pretty low.
Choudhary stated that 'workers are not slaves, they are hardworking hands who have elevated the party to such heights... hence it's a myth when someone says that a particular worker is of a lower rank or XYZ is belongs to a higher rank... ranking hardly makes a difference in politics.'
He further added that the time has come to end the "culture of slavery" in state politics.(With input from agency)