As the assembly polls are approaching in Bengal, factional quarrels have come to light among the BJP leaders. TMC MP Soumitra Khan and state BJP president Dilip Ghosh got involved in a clash over the appointment of BJP Yuva Morcha zone based observer posts.

Several days ago, Dilip Ghosh was involved in a dispute with BJP Youth Front president Soumitra Khan over the appointment of a district president. This time, the warring parties are involved in a conflict over the appointment of zone-based posts of the Youth Front.

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The state president of the Youth Front appointed five people as observers of the five organizational zones. However, Dilip Ghosh did not approve the list of names. He told Soumitra Khan that the zones of the youth organization will be announced by the end of December. 

The clash between Dilip and Soumitra over the appointment of the district president came to light a few days ago. Without informing the district leadership, the names of several district observers were made public by the President of Yuva Morcha and Bishnupur MP Soumitra Khan. The protest at the organizational level of the district culminated from there.

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According to sources, Soumitra Khan decided the names of the five district observers without informing the state BJP president. Due to this incident, the dispute between the two people became intense. Dilip Ghosh dissolved all the district committees formed by Soumitra. The state BJP president did not approve the list of names selected by Soumitra Khan. 

According to sources, Shankudev Panda has been given the responsibility of Kolkata zone. Dilip Ghosh said that the names of the district observers will be announced later in December.