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BJP parliamentary body set to meet in New Delhi today; to decide on giving tickets to candidates above 75 yrs
Among issues that are speculated to come up in the crucial pre-poll meeting of the BJP's parliamentary body is whether the party should field candidates who are above the age of 75.
Tripura Assembly Election results 2018: BJP Parliamentary Board to meet later today to decide CM candidate, says Ram Madhav
The BJP Parliamentary Board will meet on Saturday evening to decide on the future Chief Minister of Tripura, where the party is likely to form a government, BJP general secretary Ram Madhav said
The BJP's parliamentary board, led by Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah met on Wednesday to discuss probable candidates for Gujarat Assembly elections
Shah is likely to focus attention is on the reconstitution of office bearers in the BJP headquarters in New Delhi.
On Wednesday the BJP Parliamentary board held meeting to decide the fate of Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel who had handed out her resignation from the CM post on Monday. The panel convened after 9 am and the members agreed to accept Patel's resignation. No announcement was made regarding the next Gujarat CM.
BJP Parliamentary Board will take a final decision on whether to project someone as Chief Ministerial candidate for the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh.
BJP has not taken any decision on its chief ministerial candidate for Delhi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said amid speculation that former IPS officer Kiran Bedi would be projected for the top post.
The Minister of State for Finance said that the state needs "a competent, able and honest leader" who can take it to the path of development.
Questions are also being raised if the Margdarshak Mandal will at all be functional or will it simply remain as a symbolic body to accommodate the veterans and lessen the degree of humiliation which would be more in case of a direct ouster.
The BJP today dropped senior leader like LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Atal Behari Vajpayee from the Parliamentary Board, the party's highest decision making body.
BJP is all set to declare Narendra Modi as the party's Prime Ministerial candidate after hectic parleys by senior leaders to convince LK Advani, Sushma Swaraj and Murli Manohar Joshi to give up their opposition to him.
The Gujarat Chief Minister won't be present at the Parliamentary Board meeting but is expected to be tracking developments.
This long list of 20 committees is more in keeping with the move to appease all.
"Modi has been made a member of BJP's Parliamentary Board as he is the most popular Chief Minister today", BJP president Rajnath Singh said.
The Parliamentary Board, BJP's highest decision-making body, held a meeting to discuss the Assembly election results in Gujarat.
Karnataka BJP chief KS Eshwarappa said the party is hopeful of finding a solution to the current crisis in the state and maintained that any decision taken by the Parliamentary Board will be binding and acceptable to both the factions.