Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Road, Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discussed with him certain organisational matters in view of the proposed changes in the party after government formation.
According to sources, the two senior ministers spent over half an hour with the Prime Minister and also discussed some pending issues pertaining to their ministries.
The meeting assumed significance as Rajnath Singh is currently the party president and Nitin Gadkari the former president of BJP.
The meeting comes ahead of a possible major revamp in the party as many office-bearers of BJP have joined as ministers in the government.
Sources said party general secretaries Amit Shah, J P Nadda and Om Prakash Mathur are in the race for replacing Rajnath Singh as BJP president, who is likely to relinquish charge soon.
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