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Didwana: BJP Central Election Committee member, Chhattisgarh BJP in-charge and senior BJP leader Omprakash Mathur while interacting with the media at Banwasa village in Didwana on Sunday said that BJP is not a party of any one family and here every decision is taken by the parliamentary board.
Refuting allegations of any factionalism within the party Mathur said that the incharge has clearly said that programmes can be held at four places simultaneously. “I assure you that the govt will be formed,” he said.
Mathur linked factionalism in the party with political ambition and said that every person is ambitious and there is nothing wrong in being ambitious in politics, but there is no factionalism in the party.