Mumbai, Jun 9 (UNI) BJP president Rajnath Singh today claimed that all is well in BJP state units, including in Maharashtra, and all leaders and workers are working together.
The observation came when scribes drew his attention to the recent infighting between BJP leaders Gopinath Munde and Nitin Gadkari in the state, over the issue of appointment of city unit BJP president and also Bihar, where deputy Chief Minister Sushil kumar Modi faced a support test.
''Gopinath Munde is the leader and right now he has left for Rajasthan for talks on Gujjar issue, while Mr Gadkari is the state President and all is well between them,'' he said.
When asked about Mr Munde's candidature for the post of Chief Minister, Mr Singh said in Maharashtra, the Party has an alliance with Shiv Sena and so the situation is different.
He described the incident eliciting support to Mr Modi in Bihar as the democratic way.
To a question about attacks on North Indians in the state, he said the land of Lokmanya Tilak, Savarkar and K B Hedgewar would never subscribe to the narrow regional approach.
Asked about the Party's plans for the upcoming elections in the four states, Mr Singh said every state has got its own model election plans. BJP is ruling in three of the four states, where the elections are due, he said.
He said the BJP has not thought of including Ms Uma Bharati, a firebrand leader from Madhya Pradesh, in the Party so far.
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