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GUWAHATI, June 26 - State BJP president Ranjeet Kumar Dass today said that a final decision regarding formal seat-sharing with its regional allies AGP and BPF for next year�s Lok Sabha polls is yet to be taken, adding that the leadership of the alliance partners would decide on the issue in due course of time.

Addressing a press meet here to mark four years of the NDA regime at the Centre and two years in the State as well as the 43rd anniversary of declaration of Emergency, Dass said BJP�s national president Amit Shah had in December last year stated that the saffron party would contest the polls in alliance with its regional partners.

He, however, added that no formal talks have yet started in this regard. �We have started organisational work to strengthen our base and to win all 14 Lok Sabha seats. And so have the AGP and the BPF,� he said.

Asked if his comment means that BJP would prefer to go it alone in the Parliamentary polls, Dass said, �Our party�s national committee and the central committees of AGP and BPF will talk on the issue and decide.�

Regarding alliance for the panchayat polls, Dass said the policy making body of the State BJP had earlier decided to fight the panchayat elections on its own.

�However, the panchayat elections got delayed due to the NRC updating work. Now our policy making body will again take a decision when polls are announced,� he said.

The BJP leader added that the process for appointment of �page in-charges�, which will look after electors whose names appear on each page of the voters� list, is on and a total of 3.21 lakh persons would be appointed across the State.

Dass said that BJP, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wants to turn India into a �Guru Rashtra� by 2025.

He said that India was once known for its culture, heritage, education, science and technology, but during recent decades the country�s profile in the global arena has come down.

�We aim to make India a �Guru Rashtra�, which roughly translates as superpower, by 2025,� Dass said, adding that his earlier comments regarding �Guru Rashtra� were tweaked to �Gau Rashtra� by a section of the media.

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No arrangement yet with AGP, BPF, says BJP

GUWAHATI, June 26 - State BJP president Ranjeet Kumar Dass today said that a final decision regarding formal seat-sharing with its regional allies AGP and BPF for next year�s Lok Sabha polls is yet to be taken, adding that the leadership of the alliance partners would decide on the issue in due course of time.

Addressing a press meet here to mark four years of the NDA regime at the Centre and two years in the State as well as the 43rd anniversary of declaration of Emergency, Dass said BJP�s national president Amit Shah had in December last year stated that the saffron party would contest the polls in alliance with its regional partners.

He, however, added that no formal talks have yet started in this regard. �We have started organisational work to strengthen our base and to win all 14 Lok Sabha seats. And so have the AGP and the BPF,� he said.

Asked if his comment means that BJP would prefer to go it alone in the Parliamentary polls, Dass said, �Our party�s national committee and the central committees of AGP and BPF will talk on the issue and decide.�

Regarding alliance for the panchayat polls, Dass said the policy making body of the State BJP had earlier decided to fight the panchayat elections on its own.

�However, the panchayat elections got delayed due to the NRC updating work. Now our policy making body will again take a decision when polls are announced,� he said.

The BJP leader added that the process for appointment of �page in-charges�, which will look after electors whose names appear on each page of the voters� list, is on and a total of 3.21 lakh persons would be appointed across the State.

Dass said that BJP, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wants to turn India into a �Guru Rashtra� by 2025.

He said that India was once known for its culture, heritage, education, science and technology, but during recent decades the country�s profile in the global arena has come down.

�We aim to make India a �Guru Rashtra�, which roughly translates as superpower, by 2025,� Dass said, adding that his earlier comments regarding �Guru Rashtra� were tweaked to �Gau Rashtra� by a section of the media.

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