BJP’s state president changed in many states, Sunil Jakhar is the new BJP chief of Punjab

Punjab New BJP State President: This is a big political step in view of the Lok Sabha elections going to be held in 2024 and the assembly elections of many big states before that.

Lok Sabha Elections 2024: In a significant development, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday changed its state presidents in several states. This is a big political step in view of the general elections to the Lok Sabha going to be held in 2024 and the assembly elections of many big states before that. Changes in the organization after the change of state party chiefs will see many leaders being assigned other responsibilities. Sunil Jakhar has been made the new state president of Punjab. He will replace Ashwini Sharma. The information about the change of state presidents of the party was issued by the national general secretary and headquarter in-charge Arun Singh.

Sunil Jakhar was earlier in Congress, G Kishan Reddy has the responsibility of Telangana

Sunil Jakhar was earlier in Congress. He left the party some time back and joined BJP. He is the son of former senior Congress leader and Union Minister Balram Jakhar. It was being discussed for a long time that he could be made the head of the state BJP. At present, the party has changed the heads of four states. Apart from Punjab, these include Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The party has given the responsibility of Jharkhand to Babulal Marandi, Andhra Pradesh to P Purandeshwari, Telangana to G Kishan Reddy.


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After the party’s defeat in the recent Karnataka assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party is also busy strengthening its election management committee. Rajendra Atila has been appointed as the chairman of the Election Management Committee. Meanwhile, on the initiative of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, the opposition parties in Patna have opened a front against the Modi government by holding a unity meeting.


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On the other hand, assembly elections are going to be held in many states including Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh in the next few months. The party is keeping a close watch on all these incidents. After the defeat of Karnataka, the top leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party have intensified the exercise of making their strategy.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself took stock of the situation in a meeting with several top leaders including party president JP Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh soon after his return from the US and Egypt trip.


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