WITH THE BJP party workers involved in mud-slinging by releasing audio clips taking potshots at one another, the district presidents of the Chandigarh unit of the party on Sunday demanded action against all those involved.
Hinting at senior leader Harmohan Dhawan, in a statement issued, they stated that certain people who had joined the party just now were unaware of the BJP’s discipline and norms.
The Dhawan group claims to have 14 audio clips of the telephone conversations of city BJP chief Sanjay Tandon’s men highlighting discrepancies in the organisational elections. “We will produce all these audios and evidence before the high command. To save his skin, Prem Kaushik (election incharge) is saying that he faked the conversation but we have these audios with us,” Dhawan said.
Sources said that audios of election incharge Kaushik being in touch with Dhawan group and other party workers mentioning about discrepancies over a period of seven days are with Dhawan’s men. Kaushik is the one whose conversation with former BJP cell convener Dalip Sharma went viral wherein he said that elections were held wrongly.
Days after the first audio between Kaushik and Sharma went viral, workers of the BJP’s city unit are now in a race to release audio clips. From telephone conversations to recording their own voice levelling allegations at one another, the party workers are releasing all kinds of audio clips.
A day after Santosh Sharma, a party worker, spoke ill of Dhawan by recording his voice and sending it further, he again sent a message on Sunday about Tandon being ‘sent out’ of Amritsar.
“It is somebody who is out of this camp, who is doing all this. I just feel it below my level to even comment on this person’s remarks,” Tandon told Chandigarh Newsline.