MP BJP may get new president post Amit Shah visit
Bhopal With Nandkumar Singh Chauhan who completed his three-year term as chairman of the state bureau, speculation that the BJP spread in Madhya Pradesh will soon have a new head of state after the 110-day organization tour Party Chairman Amit Shah, all over the country.
BJP sources said the state leadership has referred to party rules to induce changes in the state body and recommends changes in leadership after three years, with the exception of one special case.
In case of deviation, the party will have to change the rules, they said. “Nandkumar Singh assumed the post of head of state after the establishment of the NDA government in the Center and the new team of Amit Shah came to power in 2014.
Under the rules of the party, Singh completed three years of his term on August 16, 2017. If the BJP’s national leaders want him to continue as head of state, the party will have to make changes to the rules, which is unlikely in this case “A senior state official said.
Changes in the state body began before Balthor’s visit of Amit Shah when the party appointed Atul Rai as deputy general secretary. The order was released by the BJP’s national secretary general and party chief of staff Arun Singh on 16 August.
Rai, a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the young leader of the Amit Shah team has been transferred to the state organization some time ago and has been appointed regional secretary (organization) of Mahakaushal before to assign the new publication.
Rai is also supposed to be close to the general secretary of the party organization, Suhas Bhagat, a food party and replaced the most influential leader Arvind Menon in his current position.
The recent events in the party also clarified that the party would prefer young faces with experience, in the direction of the State. Earlier it was reported that the Government Ministry Narottam Mishra, who is also close to Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, could assume as the new president of the state.
Mishra had been assigned the duty of the Bundelkhand region during the exercises of the Uttar Pradesh assembly where the party got the maximum number of seats. The results not only proved their worth, but also brought him closer to party chairman Amit Shah.
But Mishra faced the Electoral Commission’s guidelines that disqualified him for his alleged involvement in the “new payment”. Mishra fights in a legal battle at the Delhi High Court, awaiting relief in the matter.
Mishra’s tense relations with Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, who is close to Prime Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, will be another major obstacle to regaining the coveted post.
Another permanent and national secretary general, Kailash Vijayavargiya, was also informed for the position of President of the State. However, Vijayavargiya resulted during the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections and current events in West Bengal.