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BJP pulls up Jayant Sinha for his 'no interest' in organisational works and campaigns in Lok Sabha polls
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BJP pulls up Jayant Sinha for his 'no interest' in organisational works and campaigns in Lok Sabha polls

| @indiablooms | 21 May 2024, 12:49 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has served a "show cause" notice to former Union Minister Jayant Sinha for not taking any interest in "organisational works" and "campaigns" of the party during the Lok Sabha elections, media reports said.

Jayant, who is the son of former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha, has reportedly skipped voting in Hazaribagh Lok Sabha constituency in Jharkhand.

As per reports, Jayant, 61, also did not campaign for Hazaribagh candidate from BJP, Manish Jaiswal after the latter's name was announced.

"You are not taking any interest in organisational work and election campaigning ever since the party declared Manish Jaiswal as the candidate from the Hazaribagh Lok Sabha seat.

"You did not even feel the need to exercise your vote. The party's image has been maligned because of your conduct," the party's notice reads as quoted by NDTV.

This comes after Jayant's son Ashish Sinha, joined an INDIA bloc rally in presence of Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge.

Earlier, Jayant had opted out of the Lok Sabha polls requesting his party to relieve him.

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