BHARATIYA JANSHAKTI supremo Uma Bharti has sought support from the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh for her fledgling party. She disclosed here on Sunday that she has written a letter to a senior ideologue, MG Vaidya, in this regard while making it clear that she will not return to the Bharatiya Janata Party.
She said her letter was in response to Vaidya’s suggestion in an article in a daily newspaper ‘Tarun Bharat’ recently that she should return to the BJP.
Meanwhile, addressing the party’s state executive body meeting on the concluding day here, Bharti drew the attention of the party men towards lack of poll management during Bada Malhera and Vidisha by-polls. She asked the executive body to prepare a code of conduct for the party.
The executive meeting while passing the resolution on agriculture announced to oppose any move of the government to allow special economic zones (SEZs) by acquiring agricultural lands.
The party said the government should compensate the farmers at commercial rates if agriculture land was acquired for this purpose.