While addressing media persons in Shimla on Thursday, Sharma said there have been complaints of indiscipline and sabotage from some seats and it has been decided that such cases will go to the disciplinary committee for action. The process for disciplinary action will start as soon as the list of party workers and leaders involved in indiscipline is ready.
When asked about the possibility of reshuffle in government or the organization, he said that is something to be decided by the party high command. On who will be the face of BJP in the 2022 assembly elections, he said that the party’s rule is that the chief minister remains the CMpick. Sharma said that prices of essential commodities had increased due to coronavirus and the Congress made it a poll issue in the byelection. He said the BJP leaders and workers were also not able to convey the policies and programmes of central and state government to the people properly.
The roadmap for the 2022 assembly election was discussed at the core group and extended core group meetings and a detailed programme will be prepared to disseminate the policies and programmes of state and central governments at the grassroots level.
Sharma said while the Congress keeps daydreaming after winning the byelections, the saffron party will once again win the assembly polls next year.
BJP HP incharge, Avinash Rai Khanna said: “For us, the result of these byelections are an eye-opener, but we will contest the 2022 elections with full force.”