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     Raipur, November 21, 2012: Chhattisgarh BJP would skip its organizational election this year and allow Ram Sewak Painkra to continue, a top party leader said today.

     “There will not be any organisational election this year due to general election for Chhattisgarh Assembly next year,” BJP National General Secretary in-charge of Chhattisgarh Jagat Prakash Nadda told reporters here.

     Current office bearers would continue and after the Assembly election the state party unit would go for poll to elect its new president, he said.

     Chhattisgarh Assembly election is scheduled in the last quarter of 2013.

     To a question, Nadda said not only BJP form the next government in the state, but also all the eleven Lok Sabha seats would go in favour of the party.

     The party and the government were functioning in a very coordinated way and he was sure of very positive results in the coming elections, he said.

     However, he refused to make any statement on the list of candidates for the next election.

     Nadda refused to comment, when asked whether party would re-nominate all its members or some new faces would be fielded in the next election.

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