Gadkari-led BJP suffers from internal conflicts: Govindacharya
Indore: Attacking the BJP, its former general
secretary and ideologue K N Govindacharya has described it as
a party "suffering from internal conflicts and
Govindacharya alleged that the Nitin Gadkari-led party
lacks experience and has not done its homework properly on
various issues including Ram Temple.
"The BJP is caught in the web of internal-conflicts and
contradictions and now it is not possible for it to manage
it," he told PTI.
"It appears there is a conflict going on within the party
on the issue of liberalism and fanaticism and the same
reflected during its meeting here from February 17-19," the
senior leader said.
Referring to Gadkari`s appeal to Muslims on the Ram
Temple issue, he said the latter`s views cannot be taken
seriously. "It reflects that he has less experience, had not
done his homework well and lacks coordination".
Advising Gadkari to "think well before commenting on any
sensitive issue", the 66-year-old leader said politics is a
field of fire where lack of knowledge is not pardonable.
He said Gadkari had taken over the reins of the party in
a difficult situation.
Terming BJP as the `Saffron Congress,` he charged that
corporate culture is ruling the party where the place of
leaders are taken by the managers and that of workers by
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