The Bharatiya Janata Party had its national executive meet on Sunday — the first one since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic last year. As per the party's constitution, the meeting used to be held once in three months.,tennis love card
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The CMs and BJP’s state-unit presidents of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur made presentations on the strategy ahead of the elections due in a few months. Similarly, the BJP's Punjab unit president made a presentation, stating that the party will contest from all the 117 seats in the 2022 polls. BJP national president JP Nadda had stated that a party committee should be set up for every polling booth and an arrangement for PM’s Mann Ki Baat to be aired.,volleyball anime drawing
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The move is an important one ahead of the polls, as the two of the seven states constitute a large chunk of the agrarian voters. Last month, RSS joint general secretary Krishna Gopal had met several BJP leaders from UP to take stock of the situation on the ground ahead of the Assembly polls. At that time, the RSS had raised a red flag to the BJP and asked the party leaders in the state to reach out to the protesting farmers. The result of the Ellenabad Assembly bypoll in Haryana last week has further underlined the impact of the farmers’ agitation on the electoral dynamics. Therefore the fresh attempts by the BJP leaders to reach out to the farmers are to be expected.,most common soccer injuries statistics
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After the Ellenabad bypoll, farmer leaders including Rakesh Tikait of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) have realized the impact of their protests and see the results as a symbolic victory to the agitation. It now remains to be seen whether the farmers will accept the BJP’s efforts.,uk volleyball game