BJP has revoked the suspension orders of two of its senior members with the aim to make the lotus bloom in Christian-majority state of Nagaland.
Visasolie Lhoungu, Nagaland State BJP president issued an order on Sunday evening revoking the suspension order of HK Khulu and IK Sema with immediate effect. Both Khulu and Sema were suspended for their anti-party activities in May last year.
According to a statement issued by the media cell of BJP the decision to revoke the suspension orders was taken in view of the forthcoming assembly election in consultation with the party high command. Both Khulu and Sema are likely to contest the assembly election scheduled to be held in February.
The saffron party claimed resolving the intra-party dispute was the topmost priority at this juncture to strengthen the organization at the grassroots level. At present, the BJP has four MLAs in the 60-member legislative assembly.
Lhoungu appealed to all party ranks starting from state, districts and mandals levels to work unitedly, burying all the past differences and that the true spirit of reconciliation should prevail upon the party setup.