The National BJP President, Amit Shah, has made it clear that there is no plan to change guard in Haryana, and that the BJP would contest next Assembly elections under the leadership of the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal.Addressing a press conference on the second day of his three-day visit here today, Mr Shah said earlier also at the meeting of the BJP Executive Committee held in Chandigarh, he had announced that there would be no change of leadership in the state.“I have interacted with all BJP MLAs and they have unanimously agreed that the government is doing well under the leadership of the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal. Party workers also believe that development works undertaken in Haryana under the leadership of the Chief Minister were never taken up by any previous government. The present government has completely changed the political culture in the state”, Mr Shah added .Giving the Chief Minister a pat on the back, Mr Shah lauded the teachers transfer policy of the state government and said that besides the BJP-ruled states, other states should also implement this policy. Haryana has also become the first kerosene-free state in the country. In reply to a question, Mr Shah said a plan had been prepared to strengthen each and every booth in the state irrespective of caste considerations. The BJP did not believe in caste politics, he added.