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What should Rajnath Singh do?
January 02, 2006
Rajnath Singh becoming the Bharatiya Janata Party president marks a change of guard in the party. With stalwarts A B Vajpayee and L K Advani stepping aside to make way for the Next Generation of leaders, all eyes are on Rajnath, a grass-roots level worker from Uttar Pradesh.
He has already spelt out his priorities for the BJP soon after taking over: intensifying the agitation against the UPA government in New Delhi, and working to strengthen the National Democratic Alliance.
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Singh, who leads a party that has just seen the expulsion of Uma Bharti, a popular leader, and the sex CD case involving Sanjay Joshi, another senior leader who resigned, has a tough job on his hands.
What do you think the new BJP chief's priorities should be? Tell us!