With the dropping of seniors from parliamentary board, BJP’s transition to Modi-Shah era is complete.
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The party said the BJP has put its veterans in an old-age home and claimed it indicated centralisation of power in one hand.
Amit Shah completes transition in party, puts veterans in new ‘mentors panel’
Shah may find it difficult to lead this panel, given he would be the junior-most among them.
A Left MP, on meeting Joshi recently, broached the topic of governors.
Joshi completed his five-year-term as MPPSC chairman before he was named chairman of the Chhattisgarh body.
Raju, a Tamil Nadu cadre 1985 batch IAS officer, was until June 6 handling issues related to Central universities.
Sources suggested that Advani would quit as working chairman of the NDA after Modi is elected BJP parliamentary party leader on May 20.
BJP Parliamentary Party will meet on May 20 to clear the decks for Narendra Modi to take oath as PM.
Election Commission directed the Varanasi Returning Officer to file an FIR or complaint against Ajai Rai.
Dismissing talk of any differences within BJP, Joshi said the entire party was united.
Joshi said there was “no question of any discontent on the issue of vacating the Varanasi seat and shifting to Kanpur”.
Over 44 per cent voters exercised their franchise in Kanpur till 3 pm.
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