Imphal, May 7,
Imphal East Zilla Parishad Member Seram Neken today said his suspension from primary membership of BJP is baseless and handiwork of certain vested partymen.
Speaking to this daily in the aftermath of news report regarding his suspension from the BJP that appeared in local dailies and the social media, Seram Neken who represents the 14-Uchekon Nongchup Zilla Parishad constituency claimed that he has not done anything against the party, that is worthy of suspension. ‘I am a bonafide citizen of India and an active member of BJP’, he said while claiming he has been contributing to the party physically as well as morally for the last few years of his association.
It may be recalled that an office order issued by General Secretary of BJP Manipur Pradesh, N. Nimbus Singh dated 4th May 2019, conveyed that the primary membership of Seram Neken has been is put under suspension. The same has been circulated in social media and published in local dailies.
Neken related further that even though the order was circulated through the social media and media houses for publication, copy of the same has not been given to him. ‘Why the publication in media seems to be more important while personal copy is not served to the concerned person’, he asked while stating that the intention of the publication of suspension order in media is only to tarnish his image in the society.
Informing that he has submitted a letter to National President of BJP to intervene into the matter to bring justice to party workers, Neken sought clarification from the state BJP authority regarding the valid reasons for his suspension with proper evidence. He charged the state BJP of trying to malign his political image for vested political gains.
Seram Neken is a member of Imphal East District Zilla Parishad, representing 14-Uchekon Nongchup ZP Constituency consisting of three Gram Panchayats in Thongju Assembly Constituency.
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