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High Command Pats State BJP Leaders on the Back!

High Command Pats State BJP Leaders on the Back!

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 Sep 2018 12:37 PM GMT

Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 9: BJP’s national executive meeting that concluded at New Delhi on Sunday has literally patted the leaders of the BJP Assam Pradesh on the back when the meeting adopted a resolution praising the job accomplished by the latter on the organizational front in the State.

The two-day national executive committee meeting of the Saffron party began at New Delhi on September 8, and concluded on September 9. The executive meet was attended, among others, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party’s national president Amit Shah.

In the presence of Modi and Shah, the executive committee meeting of the party adopted a resolution expressing satisfaction over the organizational works done by the Assam State committee of the party. Organizational matters of the party in Assam that got accolades from the party high command are appointment of page in-charges, Shakti Kendra etc.

Speaking at the meeting, State BJP president Ranjit Kumar Dass said that the party in the State had already appointed page in-charges in three of the 14 Lok Sabha constituencies, and page in-charges in the remaining 11 Lok Sabha constituencies would be appointed by October-November this year.

Meanwhile, Dass let the national executive of the party know the current unhappiness in the party in Assam over the role played by NRC State coordinator Prateek Hajela. According to him, at a time when lakhs of Indian Gorkhas, Bengalis and Hindi-speaking people were left out of the complete draft NRC, the intentional opinion put forward to the Supreme Court by Heleja has complicated the situation. This, according to Dass, has happened at a time when the Supreme Court of India is observing the situation on NRC. Dass is going to make the party’s stand on the role of Hajela clear on September 10.

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