top stories 

  • Andhra Pradesh Chief Mini...

  • BJP is ahead on four seat...

  • Delhi: In the first trend...

  • BJP Ahead On All Four Sea...

  • Punjab: Congress goes ahe...

  • Three-wheelers may have t...

  • Team India arrives in Lon...

  • Aishwarya Rai returns hom...

  • The number of nuts you sh...

  • Apple launches 8-core Mac...

  • NEET Answer Key 2019 Expe...

  • Indian-American judge ord...

Admin Reporter- Ajay

Mar 10 2019


BJP will not stop elderly leaders from contesting elections

Delhi,10,March,2019

 

The finalization of the preparation for the Lok Sabha elections will not prevent the BJP from completing 75 years of polling and will be able to give tickets to those who can win the elections. Sources said that in the meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Board on Friday, the preparations for the Lok Sabha elections and the campaigning of the party were discussed. Leaders like LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, BC Khanduri, Shanta Kumar, Karia Munda have crossed the age of 75 in the BJP. The questions were raised in such a way that these leaders will be given a party ticket in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Sources said that the party has decided that the contestants who have completed the age of 75 years will not be completely prevented from contesting elections ... which can win the elections, They will be given a ticket.

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the meeting, the party emphasized the coalition for increasing its base and scope in the forthcoming elections. A leader of the party told that in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, BJP had contested with more than 16 allies, At the same time, the number of partners in 2019 could increase to two dozen. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will contest from Varanasi Apart from this, the second seat for them will be decided later. The top leadership including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah churned on various issues for about three hours on Saturday so that his campaign could catch up with the party's agenda in the days to come. The meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Board has taken place at a time when the ruling party and the entire opposition including the Congress are in the midst of allegations of action against the Air Force's action in Balakot. Two days earlier, the Congress has released its first list of 15 candidates for the Lok Sabha elections. Election Commission can announce the program for Lok Sabha elections in the next few days.

 

instagram imagesfollow us @ instagram