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BJP nominees visit RSS office, Sangh nominates co-ordinators for campaigning

RSS was actively involved in the finalisation of candidates for the seven Lok Sabha seats in the capital.

New Delhi |
Updated: March 17, 2014 2:59:05 am

With the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh closely monitoring BJP’s campaigning for the Lok Sabha elections, party candidates for all the seven parliamentary seats in the capital visited the RSS headquarters at Jhandewalan on Sunday.

The meeting holds significance for those who have recently joined the party and are not very familiar with the functioning of the RSS.

Sources said the meeting served as an introductory session for the candidates to the RSS. At the meeting, the RSS nominated two Sangh pracharaks for each candidate, who will act as co-ordinators and oversee their campaigning.

“The meeting was scheduled so that the RSS and candidates could get to know each other. Two RSS co-ordinators and two BJP co-ordinators have been assigned to each candidate, who will monitor the campaigning and anti-party activities, if any,” a senior BJP leader said.

The RSS was actively involved in the finalisation of candidates for the seven Lok Sabha seats in the capital.

Sources said the RSS will play a crucial role in how these candidates carry out their campaigns in their respective parliamentary constituencies.

“With the RSS keeping a close watch and getting involved to a level, where it could also decide the campaign issues, the candidates could face tough days ahead,” a senior party leader said.

The candidates have also been given a senior RSS co-ordinator to put BJP’s house in order. Rebels will be dealt with more strongly and without leniency, the leader said.

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