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BJP prez to take feedback of religious leaders, meet cabinet

22 Juillet 2017

It was the only party that was based on principals and it had internal democracy in place, he added. Mr Shah was addressing a gathering of prominent citizens from across the state.

Taking a dig at the party's main opponent Congress, the BJP president asked the audience if it knew who was going to replace him as the next president of the BJP.

"Internal democracy in any party is important".

Shah alleged that in the six decades of Congress rules there was no development saying that it was lack of development and administrative discipline that experts came up with word "BIMARU" for Bihar, MP, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

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The police is also expected to consider taking the MLA's statement after the medical examination of the complainant. After the incident, the victim was rushed to the private hospital in an ambulance by CPI (M) members in quick time.

He added: "Because of BJP government policies, Rajasthan is out of BIMARU status..." It was the second day of Amit Shah's 3-day Rajasthan tour. Party MLAs and other organisational workers have raised their disagreements at different forums, including top leaders in Delhi as well as the RSS.

Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, BJP national vice president Om Mathur, Union ministers Arjun Ram Meghwal, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Vijay Goel, C R Chaudhary, besides the heads of various cells of the party were present in the meeting. BJP under the leadership of Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje left no stone unturned to make Shah's three day visit a memorble one.

"He took feedback from the ministers and listened to them patiently as each minister gave details of the work done by their ministries", a BJP functionary told IANS. A former minister in the Modi government, Jat is now the President of Kishan Ayog Rajasthan. He is likely to hold discussions with MPs, MLAs, members of the BJP state executive, district presidents and other office bearers.

BJP prez to take feedback of religious leaders, meet cabinet