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BJP tries to paint a 'united' picture in road show BJP tries to paint a 'united' picture in road show

Apr-15-2014 | 0 Comments


JAIPUR: After experiencing a thumping victory in the state assembly elections, BJP is leaving no stones unturned to attain Mission-25. The party's road show, which was attended by senior BJP leader and party's legislator from Sanganer Ghanshyam Tiwari, has shown that the party is working on 'United we stand. Divided we fall' motto to get good results in the Lok Sabha elections.

Almost every legislator from various constituencies of Jaipur including Arun Chaturvedi (Civil Lines), Mohan Lal Gupta (Kishanpole), Kalicharan Saraf (Malviya Nagar) and Ghanshyam Tiwari (Sanganer) was present at the road show in support of Ramcharan Bohra, party's candidate from Jaipur.

Tiwari joined the party members from Govind Dev Ji temple and Bohra also touched his feet after the prayers.

Though when the party had announced the tickets, Tiwari skipped a few functions meant to welcome Bohra. Even Tiwari was absent while Bohra had filed his nominations. There were speculations that Tiwari mentored Bohra in politics and was a bit upset after the party gave Bohra a ticket.

However, the senior leaders of the party refuted all speculations of difference and said the party is united at every end. "The assembly results have shown that we are united. Tiwari's blessings and support is always with the party," said a senior leader on the condition of anonymity.

Tiwari was also looking upbeat to witness the enthusiasm of the party workers where all the leaders, including chief minister Vasundhara Raje, were welcomed.

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