Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said that the tenure of JP Nadda as national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party has been extended till June 2024.
Meanwhile, it was speculated ahead of the National Executive meeting of BJP that Nadda, whose three-year term as the party chief (after he succeeded Amit Shah) is scheduled to conclude on 20 January this year, would get another term as the party president in view of the Lok Sabha elections 2024.
On day 2 of the National Executive Meeting , Gujarat BJP President CR Patil gave a presentation wherein recently-concluded Gujarat Assembly polls victory would be analysed. Economic proposal and G20 will also be discussed in the meeting today.
Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that GDP in the country has been rising. The BJP leader said that the country’s GST collection has also increased and that India has left the UK behind to stand at the fifth place in terms of economy globally.
“In the last 8 and a half years, under the leadership of PM, our resolve to create an inclusive and all-touching society was a philosophy for us,” the Union education minister said, adding “our motto is service, and dedication.”
However, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s National Executive Meet convened for the second and last day on Tuesday in the national capital, with nearly 350 leaders from across the country in the executive, ranging from PM Modi to Union ministers, chief ministers and other senior members from various states, in attendance.\
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