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By Neena Vyas
Speaking towards the end of the second day of the BJP national executive committee meeting, Mr. Vajpayee offered an olive branch to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, saying that no one wanted the VHP to be kept out of a solution.
In an obvious reference to the criticism by the VHP leaders that the BJP was going back on its own commitment to the temple issue, he said the party today adopted a resolution on this. He asserted that the BJP did what it thought was right, and did not go back on it.
He said that while constructive criticism (from the VHP or anyone else) was welcome, there should be no ugly exchanges of allegations and counter-allegations.
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