To attend RSS meeting in Ujjain

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Bharatiya Janata Party national president Nitin Gadkari will be taking feedback from the ministers of the state about the functioning of the government and th

e party organisation.

Gadkari, who had a discussion with ministers of Chhattisgarh government recently, is now going to take feedback from the ministers of Madhya Pradesh also.

An important meeting of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ( RSS) is going to take place from August 17 to 21 in Ujjain, in which people related to the affiliated organisations of RSS are invited.

Gadkari will be present in the meeting. He is likely to hold discussion with ministers of the state government.

Gadkari took feedback from ministers of Chhattisgarh about the functioning of chief minister Raman Singh and the position of BJP in that state. Gadkari, on the same lines, may ask the ministers of Madhya Pradesh about the chief minister, Shivraj Singh Chauhans style of working and also the possibility of the party forming government in the state after 2013 assembly elections.

After meeting the ministers, Gadkari will discuss on all issues related to the government with the chief minister, Chauhan. After assuming the charge of national president of BJP, Gadkari had tried to bring administrative reforms in the BJP- ruled states and also to share successful schemes of these states. He got partial success in this endeavour also.

To attend RSS meeting in Ujjain GADKARI DISCUSSES WITH DGP N itin Gadkari, in the recent past, had a meeting in Delhi with director general of police, S K Raut and ADG Intelligence R K Shukla on the law and order situation in the state. According to sources Gadkari took feedback from these officers on various issues.

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