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Jul 13, 2018
12:26PM

BJP President Amit Shah to visit Hyderabad today

BJP President Amit Shah is visiting Hyderabad today to review the party preparedness for the next year's general elections. 

He will take feed back from over hundred party Vistaraks of the Assembly Constituencies in Telangana state and have a meeting with about 50 top leaders of the BJP, RSS and other frontal organisations. He is scheduled to have a closed door meeting with 17 Lok Sabha Constituency in-charges of the BJP also. 

The state BJP leaders are scheduled to give him a presentation on social-political situation in the state and highlight where the party has potential to perform. He will meet International Badminton Player Saina Nehwal and a few eminent industrialists and chairmen of media houses under the party ‘Sampark Se Samardhan’ campaign before leaving for Delhi. 

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