Sunil V. Deodhar

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Template:Infobox officeholder Sunil V. Deodhar is a Bharatiya Janata Party politician,Swayamsevak, BJP National Secretary, state in-charge of Tripura, Andhra Pradesh co-incharge & Founder of an Organization My Home India.[1][2][3][4] In the 2014 Indian general election, Deodhar was appointed as the campaign manager to Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's parliamentary constituency of Varanasi.[5][6][7]

Sunil Deodhar was national coordinator of the North East India Communication Cell set up by then BJP national president Nitin Gadkari.[8] Under his leadership, BJP achieved massive victory in Tripura, marking the end of CPM party's government for 25 years.[9][10]

BJP is celebrating the period around the birthday of PM Narendra Modi Ji as Sewa Sapatah. Sunil Deodhar is a member of the committee formed for celebrating his birthday as Sewa Saptah. To make the initiative a grand success, the BJP has constituted a central committee with party leader Avinash Rai Khanna being appointed as its convenor. Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal and national secretaries Sudha Yadav and Sunil Deodhar are also part of the committee.[11]

He is also BJP state co-Prabhari for Andhra Pradesh.[12] He played crucial role in general election and state assembly elections since he took over the charge.[13]


  1. "Tripura Congress MLA seeks security for BJP's Sunil Deodhar, claiming his life is under threat". Firstpost. Retrieved 9 November 2017. 
  2. "CPM seeks apology from BJP observer Sunil Deodhar". UNI India. Retrieved 9 November 2017. 
  3. Pisharoty, Sangeeta Barooah (2018-02-16). "Meet Sunil Deodhar, the man who changed the BJP's fate in Tripura". Business Standard India. 
  4. Pisharoty, Sangeeta Barooah. "Meet Sunil Deodhar, the Man Who Changed the BJP's Fate in Tripura - The Wire" (in en-GB). 
  5. Lance Price (2015). The Modi Effect: Inside Narendra Modi’s campaign to transform India. Hodder. pp. 339. ISBN 9781623659400. 
  6. "How BJP emerged as formidable opposition in Left-dominated Tripura". Economic Times. Retrieved 9 November 2017. 
  7. "National Office Bearers". 
  8. "Sunil Deodhar, architect of BJP's Tripura win, claims targetting Tripura's tribals and youth helped defeat CPM - Firstpost". 
  9. "Sunil Deodhar: The man who scripted BJP's Tripura victory - Times of India". The Times of India. 
  10. "Who is Sunil Deodhar, the man who led the BJP campaign in Tripura?" (in en). 
  12. "BJP State Pradbhari". 
  13. "BJP's co-incharge Sunil Deodhar makes it clear, no tie-up with Telugu Desam Party anymore". 

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