Mandsaur, MP, Jan 15 (UNI) A nine-member committee, constituted with the objective to make recommendations regarding poll strategy in view of upcoming Assembly Elections in Madhya Pradesh will submit its recommendations by the end of this month.
The committee was formed during the two-day brainstorming session of the BJP held in Sanchi recently.
Former Chief Minister Sunderlal Patwa, who was heading the committee, told reporters here yesterday that the discussion on recommendations was its in last phases. The committee would submit its report to the organisation and the Government by the end of this month.
Replying to a question, he said discussions were held on various issues. Satisfaction of party workers, disposal of public problems and a good image were the 'mantras' of success.
Reiterating that the Assembly polls would be fought under Mr Chouhan, the BJP leader said the system was in bad shape when the party came to power in the state, which have shed the tag of 'Bimaru' state and had become one of the fast developing state.
Brushing aside much-debated dumper issue against Mr Chouhan, Mr Patwa claimed that several Congress leaders had hired out their dumpers.
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