JP Nadda to be BJP president till June 2024, says Amit Shah
The decision was taken at the National Executive Meeting of the BJP here in the national capital
New Delhi: JP Nadda’s term as the national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been extended till June 2024, informed Union Home Minister Amit Shah at the National Executive Meeting on Tuesday.
“The tenure of JP Nadda as national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party has been extended till June 2024,” he said.
The decision was taken at the National Executive Meeting of the BJP here in the national capital.
According to sources, the proposal for Naddda’s extension was mooted by the Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and was agreed upon unanimously by the members of the National Executive.
JP Nadda assumed the presidency of the party in June 2019.
Meanwhile, During the first day of the two-day-long Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national executive meeting in New Delhi on Monday, attendees discussed a nine-point political resolution, moved by Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, sources said.
As per party sources, during the first day of the national executive meeting, Union Law Minister and party leader proposed a nine-point political resolution, which was seconded by Uttar Pradesh’s Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya along with Karnataka’s State Minister Govind Karjol.
Union minister Kiren Rijiju highlighted several instances in the resolution accusing the opposition parties of running a negative campaign against the party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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