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DIMAPUR, June 10 - BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav has made it clear to party workers in Nagaland that there will be no organisational changes in the Nagaland BJP unit before the Assembly election in the State due early next year.

BJP, in a press release, informed that Ram Madhav said this during a meeting with State office bearers, Core Group members and BJP legislators in Kohima on June 7.

He made the party�s point clear following the recent crisis within Nagaland BJP where some prominent members had demanded removal of State unit chief Visasolie Lhoungou.

The BJP being a disciplined party, he told the meeting that every party officials, senior leaders and party workers should cooperate with the State president to make the party strong, it added. Madhav further informed that BJP National President Amit Shah will be visiting Kohima on August 27.

The National General Secretary, who was accompanied by NE Organising Secretary Ajay Jamwal, also met Chief Minister Dr Sh�rhozelie Liezietsu and had an interaction with BJP legislators P Paiwang Konyak, Imtilemba Sangtam and Dr TM Lotha before their departure.

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No change in Nagaland BJP leadership

DIMAPUR, June 10 - BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav has made it clear to party workers in Nagaland that there will be no organisational changes in the Nagaland BJP unit before the Assembly election in the State due early next year.

BJP, in a press release, informed that Ram Madhav said this during a meeting with State office bearers, Core Group members and BJP legislators in Kohima on June 7.

He made the party�s point clear following the recent crisis within Nagaland BJP where some prominent members had demanded removal of State unit chief Visasolie Lhoungou.

The BJP being a disciplined party, he told the meeting that every party officials, senior leaders and party workers should cooperate with the State president to make the party strong, it added. Madhav further informed that BJP National President Amit Shah will be visiting Kohima on August 27.

The National General Secretary, who was accompanied by NE Organising Secretary Ajay Jamwal, also met Chief Minister Dr Sh�rhozelie Liezietsu and had an interaction with BJP legislators P Paiwang Konyak, Imtilemba Sangtam and Dr TM Lotha before their departure.