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'No differences with Rajnath'

BJP prime ministerial candidate LK Advani on Monday dismissed media reports about his differences with Rajnath Singh and called the party chief a 'great worker striving hard for party's victory in Lok Sabha elections.'

india Updated: Jan 04, 2009 20:03 IST

BJP prime ministerial candidate LK Advani on Monday dismissed media reports about his differences with Rajnath Singh and called the party chief a 'great worker striving hard for party's victory in Lok Sabha elections.'

Advani, who is on a visit to his Parliamentary constituency Gandhinagar, said he was surprised to see reports in a section of media regarding his differences with party president Rajnath Singh.

"Let me tell you very frankly that there are no differences at all between us. Rajnath Singh is a great party worker and is working very hard to see BJP's victory in next parliamentary elections," Advani said.

There were some media reports that a meeting was held between top leaders of BJP and RSS to 'sort out differences' between the two BJP stalwarts. Advani said the meeting was held to discuss strategy for parliamentary elections.

Advani also dedicated a community hall in Ahmedabad, which was constructed under MPLAD fund.