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JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday served a show-cause notice to former MLC and Pradesh Secretary Vikram Singh Randhawa for “tarnishing” the image of the party in the public and for using unparliamentarily language.Randhawa has been directed to file the reply along with evidence, if any, available with him, within next two days of the issuance of the show cause notice .“This notice of show cause initiates disciplinary proceedings against you in line with directions of Jammu Kashmir Bharatiya Janata Party President with respect to addressing a press conference and a series of media interactions by you while levelling unfounded allegations against a senior leader of the Party holding responsible position in Union Council of Ministers. More so, the unparliamentarily language used by you during this media interaction is highly objectionable” the show-cause notice reads, adding, “More so, this has prima facie tarnished the image of the party, believing strictly in discipline and decency. You are hereby directed to file your reply along with evidence, if any available with you, within next two days and on receipt of reply from you, next date in matter will be fixed”.Pertinent to mention, proceedings will be held expeditiously and report will be submitted to Party President of Jammu and Kashmir Bharatiya Janata Party within two weeks positively, according to party sources.The show-cause notice has been signed by Sunil Sethi, Chairman, Disciplinary Committee, Virenderjeet Singh and R D. Rajwal, both members.
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