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In Uttarakhand, Amit Shah takes stock of projects, roles

The BJP’s state unit has various projects including those for office modernisation, e-library creation, cleanliness drive, Namami Gange and training.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Sep 21, 2017, 01.24 AM IST
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Shah held closed-door meetings with the heads of 19 ‘vibhag’ or departments and 10 ‘prakalp’ or projects in the BJP’s state unit.
Shah held closed-door meetings with the heads of 19 ‘vibhag’ or departments and 10 ‘prakalp’ or projects in the BJP’s state unit.
DEHRADUN: On Day 2 of his Uttarakhand visit as part of his nationwide ‘pravas’ (stay) programme, BJP chief Amit Shah on Wednesday made it clear that his priority is to expand the party organisation across the hill state.

Shah held closed-door meetings with the heads of 19 ‘vibhag’ or departments and 10 ‘prakalp’ or projects in the BJP’s state unit, and asked them to explain their role, people privy to the details said. “He did not say anything. He just wanted to see if we are fit for playing our given role in the organisation,” the head of a department told ET, speaking on condition of anonymity.

The BJP’s state unit has various projects including those for office modernisation, e-library creation, cleanliness drive, Namami Gange and training. Similarly, the state unit has departments dedicated to research on policy matters, national programme and meetings, publicity literature creation and election management, among others. On Wednesday, Shah inaugurated a library at the BJP office during his two-hour long stay there.

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