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Ahmedabad: The disciplinary committee of the Congress has suspended 38 workers and leaders for anti-party activities during the Gujarat Assembly elections in December 2022. A party leader gave this information on Friday. Disciplinary committee convenor Balkrishna Patel told reporters that the party’s state unit and committee have received 71 complaints against 95 workers and leaders.
All the complainants and local leaders were heard on January 19, in which concrete evidence was found against 38 activists and leaders. After this he was suspended from the party for six years. Google Layoffs: Layoffs in Google, company to lay off 12000 employees, CEO Pichai apologizes
Patel said that in 18 complaints, those accused of indulging in anti-party activities would soon be heard in person, after which action would be taken against them.
In five complaints, action will be taken only after discussion with the District Congress Committee presidents, while 12 complaints were rejected due to lack of concrete evidence against the workers. In eight cases the complaint was not of any serious nature so they were only warned and let go. Four complaints are pending with the committee.
gujarat congress suspends 38 workers and leaders for anti party activities in gujarat elections