The BJP extended J P Nadda's term as BJP president till June 2024.
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah announced on Tuesday that the tenure of Bharatiya Janata Party national president was extended. JP Nadda is sure to remain the BJP chief till the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections.
Amit Shah praised JP Nadda’s leadership qualities and went on to say that we had the highest strike rate in Bihar. During his tenure, the NDA came to power in Maharashtra and won a landslide victory in the UP assembly polls, and the numbers have gone up in West Bengal. The BJP registered a record-breaking victory in Gujarat last month.
Amit Shah, talking about the general elections scheduled to take place next year, he said, “I am sure that under the leadership of Modi ji and with Nadda ji, we would win more seats than 2019 in the 2024 polls.”
When Amit Shah became the Union Home Minister in 2019, JP Nadda took over as the full-time working president of the BJP in 2020.
The extension followed the BJP’s convincing victory in Gujarat but also its defeat by the Congress in JP Nadda’s home state of Himachal in the just-concluded state assembly elections.
The BJP extended Nadda’s term as BJP chief till June 2024.
The announcement was made on the final day of the national executive conference of the BJP, which is being held in Delhi.
The crucial meeting was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other prominent leaders such as Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Party President JP Nadda, and BJP chief ministers.