New Delhi: BJP state chief K Surendran, who is in the midst of controversies regarding the black money case, will meet the party national president J P Nadda, Union Home minister Amit Shah and general secretary of the party B L Santhosh on Wednesday. Union minister V Muraleedharan will also take part in the discussion.
The meeting comes in the wake of the Kodakara black money case, money exchange with C K Janu prior to elections, bribing the namesake candidate in Manjeshwaram to withdraw nomination.
The official wing of the party said that Surendran has been called to New Delhi to discuss about the poll defeat and the meeting was fixed earlier itself while the opposing faction said that Surendran has been summoned to discuss on the fresh case against him.
The central leadership have begun a detailed investigation into the controversies. State leaders C V Ananda Bose and Jacob Thomas have submitted a report to the BJP leadership. The report mainly focuses on factors that led to the party defeat in the polls and the leadership will evaluate on the new developments.