The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in West Bengal is not happy at the show of indiscipline by state BJP members and infighting, which, it says, is sending out a wrong message.
RSS pracharak in the state Prant Bidyut Mukherjee told PTI that indiscipline and infighting were “unacceptable” and felt that the party should take immediate steps to nip the unrest.
“Whatever is happening is not at all acceptable. This is sending out a wrong message to the masses. We feel that the state BJP should take steps to bring in discipline in the party organisation. They should take steps to screen the new entrants,” he said.
Acoording to an RSS functionary who did not wish to be named, the RSS was not happy with the way Bengal BJP was functioning, especially the resignation of Birbhum BJP district president Dudh Kumar Mondal, who was known to be close to the RSS leadership.
The BJP’s state unit was rocked by open dissidence and ugly fight over distribution of party tickets for the April municipal elections, prompting state president Rahul Sinha to issue a stern warning.