Bhubaneswar, Mar 13: After the scuffle today between the two groups of BJP at the BJP party office at Sambalpur, BJP leader and former Minister Jayanarayan Mishra was today suspended from the party for six years for his immature conduct against the party vice president Sameer Mohanty. Party state president Basant Panda made the announcement about Mishra’s suspension soon later after the scuffle at Sambalpur office.
While talking to the media, Party president Basant Panda said that, 11 leaders including Jayanarayana Mishra have been suspended from the party for six years for neglecting / rejecting the decision of the party leaders. They have also shown disrespect towards the party symbol and have mortified the party vice president Sameer Mohanty.
The suspension order was issued against 9 Zilla Parishad members of Sambalpur, one newly elected ZP chairman Radhashyam Barik and BJP state executive member Nauri Nayak.
Notably, BJP State party vice president Sameer Mohanty was today humiliated by a group of BJP leaders and activists at the Sambalpur Party office. Rejecting the party leader’s decision of choosing a ZP chairman candidate, two groups of BJP had a mass scuffle at the BJP party office at Sambalpur. Leading to this, Sameer Mohanty trying to console the leaders and activists got hurt in the fight.