Gao said that those who deserted the party have already been expelled from the party as per party constitution.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state president Tapir Gao directed all district and mandal presidents to submit the report of district disciplinary action committee (DDAC) latest by April 30.
While talking to Media Gao said that there have been report of indulgence of anti party activities by party leaders and workers during the recent election campaign and election process held for simultaneous poll of parliamentary and assembly constituencies in state.
Such report from various district and mandals are pouring in to the party headquarter and have directed all district and mandal unit to submit the report of the disciplinary action committee meeting (DDAC) by April 30 with substantial evidence to take further necessary action from state headquarter.
Without mentioning names and numbers of leaders who have been either suspended or expelled from the party Gao said that those who deserted the party have already been expelled from the party as per party constitution.
However as per reliable sources it is mentioned that several senior party leaders wither who have deserted the party and joined other party to contest the general election have been expelled from the BJP for next six years of which a meeting held under the chairmanship of Tapen Siga, chairman of the state disciplinary committee (SDAC) on April 20 have recommended for expulsion from the party for indulgence in the anti party activities.