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Chitrakoot. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has launched a strategy for the BJP’s return in next year’s legislative assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. On the fourth day of the ongoing five-day national contemplation meeting of the Sangh on Monday, this responsibility was entrusted to Saha Sarkaryavah Arun Kumar of RSS in Uttar Pradesh to maintain coordination between the power and the organization.
The Sangh believes that the message of the election results of the largest state in the country, Uttar Pradesh, will spread across the country. In addition to Uttar Pradesh, elections are due in five states next year. In such a situation, the Sangh leadership takes Uttar Pradesh absolutely seriously. Although the Sangh says that he has no relationship with any political functionaries, there is an indirect tendency towards the BJP internally.
In the national contemplation meeting, the Sangh envisaged this trust following the controversy over the land the Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas bought to build the temple. Trustee Secretary General Champat Rai attended this meeting for two days. He presented his clarification on the matter to the Sangh leadership, but the discussion is still hot that there might be a change in the work of the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas Trust officials.
Chitrakoot. West Bengal also remains a special theme in the deliberations held at the RSS national meeting. The defeat of the BJP in the recent parliamentary elections held here caused a stir. The Sangh is determined to work in West Bengal by making a special long-term plan.
By dividing West Bengal into three provinces, different area operators were appointed. Ramapado Pal was named field fighter of West Bengal and Orissa. Regarding the decisions made at the meeting, Sunil Ambekar, the Sangh’s All India Publicity Head, said that Pradeep Joshi was entrusted with the responsibility of Chandigarh. Jaldhar Mahato, the provincial Pracharak of South Bengal, was named Co-Field Pracharak. In the provinces of West Bengal, Orissa, Sikkim and Andaman, Kshetra Pracharak Kuldeep Joshi has been given responsibility for All India Co-Sampark Pramukh.
The RSS has divided West Bengal into three provinces. These include South Bengal, Central Bengal and North Bengal. Their headquarters are in Kolkata, Vardhman and Siliguri, respectively. Bhaiya Ji Joshi became the liaison officer of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Dr. Krishna Gopal appointed Vidya Bharati. Said that Prashant Bhatt, a Pracharak of the co-province, has been appointed provincial Pracharak of South Bengal.

Chitrakoot. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has launched a strategy for the BJP’s return in next year’s legislative assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. On the fourth day of the ongoing five-day national contemplation meeting of the Sangh on Monday, this responsibility was entrusted to Saha Sarkaryavah Arun Kumar of RSS in Uttar Pradesh to maintain coordination between the power and the organization.

The Sangh believes that the message of the election results of the largest state in the country, Uttar Pradesh, will spread across the country. In addition to Uttar Pradesh, elections are due in five states next year. In such a situation, the Sangh leadership takes Uttar Pradesh absolutely seriously. Although the Sangh says that he has no relationship with any political functionaries, there is an indirect tendency towards the BJP internally.

In the national contemplation meeting, the Sangh envisaged this trust following the controversy over the land the Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas bought to build the temple. Trustee Secretary General Champat Rai attended this meeting for two days. He presented his clarification on the matter to the Sangh leadership, but the discussion is still hot that there might be a change in the work of the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas Trust officials.

Chitrakoot. West Bengal also remains a special theme in the deliberations held at the RSS national meeting. The defeat of the BJP in the recent parliamentary elections held here caused a stir. The Sangh is determined to work in West Bengal by making a special long-term plan.

By dividing West Bengal into three provinces, different area operators were appointed. Ramapado Pal was named field fighter of West Bengal and Orissa. Regarding the decisions made at the meeting, the Sangh’s All India Publicity Head Sunil Ambekar said that Pradeep Joshi was entrusted with the responsibility of Chandigarh. Jaldhar Mahato, the province of Pracharak of southern Bengal, was named a fellow campaigner. In the provinces of West Bengal, Orissa, Sikkim and Andaman, Kshetra Pracharak Kuldeep Joshi has been given responsibility for All India Co-Sampark Pramukh.

The RSS has divided West Bengal into three provinces. These include South Bengal, Central Bengal and North Bengal. Their headquarters are in Kolkata, Vardhman and Siliguri, respectively. Bhaiya Ji Joshi became the liaison officer of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Dr. Krishna Gopal appointed Vidya Bharati. Said that Prashant Bhatt, a Pracharak of the co-province, has been appointed provincial Pracharak of South Bengal.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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