New Delhi: The upcoming assembly elections in the three states will be contested by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) under the leadership of Home Minister Amit Shah. Assembly elections are going to be held in Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Haryana later this year. These three states are also very important for the BJP.
The BJP will get its new national president only after the assembly elections in these three states. The BJP led by Amit has won 303 seats in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. Jaypee Nadda was appointed executive chairman after Shah became the home minister. The election committee led by Radha Mohan Singh has been set up by the BJP to elect the new president and the organisation across the country. However, the election of the national president is expected to be possible only after December 15 due to the delay in the organisation's election across the country.
According to the schedule, the process of organizational elections will begin on September 11. The election of the Mandal-level president will be held between October 11 and October 31. Elections to state presidents and members of the National Council will be held from December 1 to 15.
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