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BJP to choose its new national president by January next year

DNMUM441188 | 8/14/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :237 | Politics & Governance

The BJP has decided to set in motion the process for organisational polls from September 11 that are expected to culminate by January next year with a new president taking over from the current chief Amit Shah who is currently doubling up as the Union home minister.
Veteran party leader Radha Mohan Singh, who was appointed as BJP National Election Officer to oversee party’s inner elections, on Tuesday announced that the process of organisational polls will start with booth level on September 11 and culminate with elections for state presidents and national council members on December 15.
According to BJP’s election itinerary, after completion of the membership drive by August 20, election at booth level will begin on September 11
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