Displeasure in Delhi BJP over minority community joining party
Displeasure in Delhi BJP over minority community joining party

Leaders of a section of the Delhi BJP unit have expressed 'displeasure' over Shaheen Bagh's involvement of some members of the minority community. Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party unit president Adesh Gupta was present at the party office which included these people in the party. He could not be available to comment on this. Earlier this year, Shaheen Bagh was the center of protests against the revised citizenship law in the city.

A top Delhi BJP leader said, "The party is facing an uncomfortable situation due to the involvement of these people, not only because the area was a stronghold of anti-CAA protests but also the riots in northwest Delhi in February." Another leader claimed that the central leadership did not like the decision to include these people in the party.

He told, "Some senior officials of the Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party were called by the national leadership and cautioned not to make such a huge political mistake in the future. He was upset about why such a sensitive issue was not brought to his notice earlier." Delhi BJP leader Nigat Abbas had a role in getting these people included in the party. He said that he has not received any complaint from senior state leaders or national level leaders. The Delhi unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party last Sunday said an activist Shahzad Ali, gynecologist Dr. Mahrin and Aam Aadmi Party About 200 people, including former activist Tabassum Hussain, were included as party members. There has been a panic since then. The reason for this is that by specifically stating Ali as an organizer of the Shaheen Bagh protests, it has been said that the 'agenda' behind the Shaheen Bagh protest has been exposed.

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