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By Our Special Correspondent
Speaking on the concluding day of the BJP's two-day national executive committee meeting here, he announced that the general secretary, Pramod Mahajan, would be the overall in-charge of the election campaign in the four States of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Delhi that are scheduled to go to the polls later this year.
In addition, four general secretaries have been given charge of one State Rajasthan to Mr. Mahajan, Madhya Pradesh to Sanjay Joshi, Delhi to Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and Chhattisgarh to Rajnath Singh. Besides, one Minister has been assigned to each of these four States, Ravi Prasad for Rajasthan, Arun Jaitley for Madhya Pradesh, Yashwant Sinha for Chhattisgarh and Ananth Kumar for Delhi.
All party functionaries had been given strict instructions not to make public statements about party affairs. Action would be taken promptly against anyone breaking this rule, Mr. Naidu added.
And finally, the party's goal was 300 Lok Sabha seats for itself and a two-thirds majority with its allies in 2004. As for Hindutva, it was a way of life, and his party welcomed anyone a Jayalalithaa or a Digvijay Singh coming closer to it.
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