BJP delegation to visit Delhi on Friday.


A five-member state Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) delegation led by its President Ernest Mawrie will visit Delhi on Friday. The delegation has sought meeting with JP Nadda, the national president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), they are also expected to meet other leaders as well.
Apart from key issues like ILP and other, the delegation is expected to discuss its ‘corruption charges’ against Government.
The State BJP recently passed a resolution on “zero tolerance on corruption”, saying “many people in the rural areas as well as in the urban areas were victims of bad governance in the State.”
The saffron party, which is supporting the NPP-led Meghalaya Democratic Alliance Government while raising issues relating to corruption in governance, adopted the resolution at a meeting presided over by state BJP president, Ernest Mawrie.
However, the issue of corruption seems to have created a vertical rift in the BJP, with the state party leaders and the central leadership echoing diametrically opposite views on the graft issue.
According to a source, the BJP delegation will inform its central leadership about its allegation against the state government and clear air of doubt.