12:20 am New Delhi : BJP General Secretary Jagat Prakash Nadda, second in command in the party, was on Tuesday assigned as the state prabhari (in-charge) for Maharashtra and Rajasthan, while party vice-president Purushottam Rupala has got charge of ... The Freepress Journal, 5 hours ago
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New Delhi, Oct. 21: BJP president Amit Shah today picked his chosen office-bearers and put them in charge of key election-bound states. Leading the chart is Om Prakash Mathur, who has been assigned Uttar Pradesh that used to be directly under Shah ...Calcutta Telegraph, 9 hours ago Amit Shah announces new BJP team: Varun Gandhi out, BS Yeddyurappa named vice president Pragativadi, 2 months ago BJP chief Amit Shah's new team; Varun Gandhi out, BS Yeddyurappa named vice president IBNLive India News, 2 months ago BJP President Amit Shah announces his new team of 11 vice presidents, 8 general secretaries IBNLive India News, 2 months ago
Om Mathur was the party's poll incharge in Maharashtra, where BJP is set to head a government for the first time after its good showing in assembly elections. Days after registering victories in the Maharashtra and Haryana assembly polls, BJP chief ...India Today, 20 hours ago
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NEW DELHI: Having played a major role in propelling BJP to power and one of its pracharaks becoming prime minister, RSS is now embarking on a major social outreach with upcoming assembly elections in sight. Not only has RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat given ...Times of India, 2 months ago
Putting his election promise into action, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed the ministries of home and law to review pending criminal cases against parliamentarians for expediting them as early as possible. During Lok Sabha elections as well as while ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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