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BJP training campaign for workers in Jaipur gets ‘lukewarm response’

The state-level workshop held in Jaipur saw massive participation, but workshops at the district and block levels did not elicit much enthusiasm.

Written by Rajeev Jain | Jaipur |
September 23, 2015 5:40:05 am

A training campaign organised by the BJP for its workers has not got a very encouraging response, according to feedback received by party leaders in Rajasthan.

The state-level workshop held in Jaipur saw massive participation, but workshops at the district and block levels did not elicit much enthusiasm. Complaints to this effect were received by state party president Ashok Parnami, who has instructed all district and block presidents to take the workshops seriously.

State BJP spokesperson Suman Sharma said, “It is possible that there were lapses in the programme at some places, but this does not mean the campaign is a flop. The state-level workshop was a success. National general secretary Murlidhar Rao and other such prominent leaders led the training session.”

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At the sessions, party workers are being taught about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Panchnistha” programmes and lessons on “ekatmay manavad”. The campaign will continue till September 25, Sharma said.

These training programmes were on hold for the past four years because of various elections, she added.

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