- Amit Shah became the president of BJP office bearers meeting
- The party will run the campaign with the aim of increasing its members by 20%, Shivraj Singh Chauhan has been made its head.
New Delhi. Union Home Minister Amit Shah can remain BJP president till the Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkhand assembly elections scheduled in December. On Thursday, Shah held a meeting with BJP office bearers and state level leaders. He said that despite the success of the Lok Sabha elections, the party’s peak is yet to reach.
Even after winning majority in 2014, the party had left for the summit
- BJP general secretary Bhupendra Yadav said, Amit Shah had said in August 2014 that the party’s peak is yet to reach. After the BJP got 303 seats in the Lok Sabha elections, Shah again repeated the same thing.
- According to sources, in charge of the states and BJP officials have agreed that Amit Shah should remain the BJP president till the elections in three states in December.
- Some leaders believe that in view of the Election Commission’s suggestion to hold assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir this year, the party should be prepared. Bhupendra Yadav said that the party will conduct organizational elections after the completion of the membership campaign.
- A BJP leader said that after 6 months long membership campaign, BJP can get a new president or Amit Shah will remain in office till January 2020.
- In a meeting with party leaders, Shah said that BJP workers need to work harder now and reach out to those who are not part of the BJP or did not get the benefit of the plans of the BJP government.
- Shah said that a membership campaign will be started to increase the number of BJP members by 20%. Former Madhya Pradesh chief minister and BJP vice president Shivraj Singh Chauhan will be the head of the campaign.