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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Senior BJP leader Advocate P S Sreedharan Pillai took charge as new state president of the party.

Pillai, who reached the party office here, was given a rousing reception by the party workers led by party general secretaries K Surendran, A N Radhakrishnan, M T Ramesh, Sobha Surendran, senior leaders O Rajagopal MLA, K Raman Pillai, Ayyappan Pillai and party organising secretaries M Ganesh and K Subhash.

Speaking on the occasion, the new party president said the base of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will be widened with the inclusion of more parties before the next Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in the state.

Alleging that both the LDF and the UDF were creating fear in the minds of minority communities to keep them as their vote banks, he said the BJP is a party with difference to assimilate and accommodate all sections in the society irrespective of their caste, religion or politics.

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