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Bhopal: The RSS plans to set at rest all canards about a major political change in the state. The RSS has objected to the discussions being held outside the party forum about their leaders’ meeting with one another.

Initially, it was Union minister of state (independent charge) Prahlad Patel who released the photograph of party leaders meeting one another. He released a photograph of the meeting at his residence where the party’s state unit president, VD Sharma, organisational general secretary, Suhas Bhagat, and co-organisational general secretary, Hitanand Sharma, were present.

Patel’s meeting with the party’s national general secretary, Kailash Vijayvargiya, also went public. The way such photographs were released entailed gossip that there might be some major changes in the government.

The RSS, which has begun to work keeping on mind the UP Assembly elections, is reportedly angry about the release of such photographs.

What is more, the RSS is livid about the way the names of its leaders are being mentioned in the meetings the BJP leaders are holding with one another. Now that the RSS is angry, speculation about a major political change in the state is going to stop.

The BJP’s working committee and other panels related to the organisation will soon be announced to bury all political canards. Bhagat works according to the RSS rule book. VD Sharma is also very close to the Sangh. Therefore, both of them will bring together all other leaders of the BJP.

Some senior leaders of the ruling party are angry about certain activities of the government. The organisation plans to dispel any doubts among those leaders. According to sources, the party is ready to set up a committee to coordinate the government’s activities with those of the party. Apart from that, the party leaders’ annoyance about the bureaucracy will also be dealt with.

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