JEETENDRA DESHPRABHU DROPPED FROM STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BY NCP

PANJIM: Acting tough on indiscipline in the party, the Nationalist Congress party (NCP) high command on Wednesday dropped the party's national secretary Jitendra Deshprabhu as a permanent invitee from the state executive committee.
Senior vice-president Ulhas Naik and vice-president Trajano D' Mello also don't figure in the re-constituted executive committee.
Goa NCP desk in-charge Bharati Chavan announced the new executive committee. "This committee is constituted after taking all party workers into confidence to strengthen the state unit," said Chavan.
Speaking to media persons, NCP state president Surendra Sirsat said "The NCP high command has dropped Jitendra Deshprabhu, Trajano D'Mello, Ulhas Naik and minority cell in-charge Salim Sheikh from the executive committee."
This disciplinary action is initiated against Deshprabhu after he made allegations against Chavan and Sirsat. Earlier, executive committee had demanded the dismissal of Deshprabhu from the party. "Now Deshprabhu should not interfere in state affairs," said Sirsat.
Sirsat also said that in-charge of Goa NCP state affairs Praful Patel had sent a letter to Deshprabhu to keep in mind party discipline before making any statement to the media.

1 comments:

D.JUSTIN said...

well done NCP atleast  atleast you have the saue in your balls. The corrupt congress will never able to imitate you as congress party is full of scoundrels.

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