Today in Pics: Narendra Modi to head BJP's 2014 election campaign

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will be the head of BJP's 2014 election campaign committee, announceed party president Rajnath Singh at the National Executive being held in Goa on June 9. BJP president Rajnath Singh congratulates Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. (PTI)
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will be the head of BJP's 2014 election campaign committee, announceed party president Rajnath Singh at the National Executive being held in Goa on June 9.
BJP president Rajnath Singh congratulates Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. (PTI)
Rajnath Singh made the announcement at the end of the two-day executive meeting. "I have declared Narendra Modi Chairman of the BJP election campaign committee," Rajnath said. "Whatever was done was done on the basis of consensus. Every party sees election as a challenge and BJP takes the 2014 polls as a challenge with a pledge to be victorious," he added. (PTI)
Rajnath Singh made the announcement at the end of the two-day executive meeting. "I have declared Narendra Modi Chairman of the BJP election campaign committee," Rajnath said. "Whatever was done was done on the basis of consensus. Every party sees election as a challenge and BJP takes the 2014 polls as a challenge with a pledge to be victorious," he added. (PTI)
Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi being greeted by Arun Jaitley after anointed as Chairman of BJP Election Campaign Committee for 2014 polls at the party's National Executive meeting in Panaji, Goa. (PTI)
Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi being greeted by Arun Jaitley after anointed as Chairman of BJP Election Campaign Committee for 2014 polls at the party's National Executive meeting in Panaji, Goa. (PTI)
Soon after the announcement during its National Executive meeting in Goa, Modi took to micro-blogging site Twitter to thank party leaders for their support and blessings.Narendra Modi being greeted by former BJP president Nitin Gadkari. (PTI)
Soon after the announcement during its National Executive meeting in Goa, Modi took to micro-blogging site Twitter to thank party leaders for their support and blessings.
Narendra Modi being greeted by former BJP president Nitin Gadkari. (PTI)
Modi tweeted: Senior leaders have reposed faith in me. We will leave no stone unturned for Congress Mukt Bharat Nirman. Thanks for support & blessings...Spoke to Advani ji on the phone. He gave me his blessings. Honoured and extremely grateful to receive his blessings.Narendra Modi seen here with Goa CM Manohar Parrikar. (PTI)
Modi tweeted: Senior leaders have reposed faith in me. We will leave no stone unturned for Congress Mukt Bharat Nirman. Thanks for support & blessings...Spoke to Advani ji on the phone. He gave me his blessings. Honoured and extremely grateful to receive his blessings.
Narendra Modi seen here with Goa CM Manohar Parrikar. (PTI)
Seven people, including five minors, were injured in a wall collapse at Mumbra on June 8. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
Seven people, including five minors, were injured in a wall collapse at Mumbra on June 8. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
Heavy rains early on Saturday morning brought down a security wall around Mumbra hill, seriously injuring seven members of a family in Mhatre chawl in Sanjay Nagar. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
Heavy rains early on Saturday morning brought down a security wall around Mumbra hill, seriously injuring seven members of a family in Mhatre chawl in Sanjay Nagar. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
The injured, who were sleeping when the wall collapsed, were admitted to Shivaji Nagar hospital in Kalwa. Mumbra police said most houses constructed around the hill were illegal. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
The injured, who were sleeping when the wall collapsed, were admitted to Shivaji Nagar hospital in Kalwa. Mumbra police said most houses constructed around the hill were illegal. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
Several casualties were reported every monsoon due to landslides and wall collapses. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
Several casualties were reported every monsoon due to landslides and wall collapses. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
According to an earlier BMC survey, Bhandup is a high-risk area and has the most landslide-prone areas in the city. Landslide-prone spots in Mumbai increased to 226 from 178 last year. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)
According to an earlier BMC survey, Bhandup is a high-risk area and has the most landslide-prone areas in the city. Landslide-prone spots in Mumbai increased to 226 from 178 last year. (IE Photo: Deepak Joshi)

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