Patna: In a sudden move, the ruling JD(U) suspended its four office bearers including party spokesperson Ajay Alok from the party primary membership for their alleged anti-party activities.
Announcing the suspension, JD(U) State president Umesh Singh Kushwaha told newspersons here on Tuesday that party state general secretary Anil Kumar and Vipin Kumar Yadav, spokesperson Ajay Alok and social reform senani cell president Jitendra Neeraj have been suspended from party primary membership.
He said that the party had ample information about their indulgence in the activities contrary to the party ideologies.
He said that such acts of the party office bearers were sending wrong signals among the workers.
On several occasions these office bearers were cautioned about their activities and asked to avoid their indulgence in anti-party acts, he said, adding that despite warnings all the four office-bearers were continuing with their agenda following which the action of suspension was taken.
The office-bearers of the party are made to strengthen and empower the party and they are expected to use their full potential to strengthen the party he said, adding that instead of strengthening the party, they were functioning against the principles.
It is said that all the suspended office bearers allegedly had proximity with the Union Minister RCP Singh whom the JD (U) did not repeat for the third consecutive term in Rajya Sabha following prolonged political as well as power tussle within the party.