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    Sitting NCHAC MAC clarifies over his suspension from BJP, says “it’s a conspiracy to sideline him”

    Naiding denied acting against the saffron party and says that it’s a conspiracy to sideline him from the party and defame his political image.

    Haflong: North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council’s sitting member (MAC) Rahul Naiding on Saturday clarifies over his suspension from primary membership from BJP has null and void.

    Naiding represents Mahur MAC constituency of the North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council (NCHAC), he won the 12th NCHAC poll in 2019.

    On  March 24, Dima Hasao BJP president Donpainon Thaosen suspend Naiding over his (Rahul Naiding) alleged activity in campaigning against BJP candidate Nandita Gorlosa at Joral Bathari village at midnight of March 23.

    BJP president said that the decision was made after consulting with the district core committee members and telephonic conversation with party high command.

    Addressing a press meet, Naiding denied acting against the saffron party and says that it’s a conspiracy to sideline him from the party and defame his political image. He also said that he was suspended without any show-cause notice and also learns the suspension was without consulting with the state BJP president.

    “All of a sudden met with the state president Ranjit Das ji to take his suggestion into the matter, I was inform that only National or State BJP president can suspend any BJP Member as per Article 25, clause 3 of the BJP Constitution and thereby my suspension from the party naturally became a null and void.” said Naiding.

    He also requested the District BJP president to kindly read the party constitution and act accordingly.

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