BJP National Executive: Gujarat CM Narendra Modi will attend Mumbai meet

Right now before starting the BJP national executive meeting in Mumbai today, a big tragedy blasted while BJP National General Secretary Sanjay Joshi resigned from the party, reasoning the Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to skip the crucial BJP National Executive.

Sending his resignation letter to party president Nitin Gadkari, Joshi said that the reason behind this step was that he does not want to be the cause of dissent in the party.

However, there is no conformation over Modi’s participation in the entire executive agenda, while Joshi’s suspense is likely the price to make the Modi’s presence at the meet.

As per report of media, Modi’s big reason to stay away from the meet is Mr. Gadkari’s decision to reinstated Joshi in the party and made him the in-charge of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.

This was the Joshi who had quit his post in 2005 after being hit via sex CD issues. But once again to induct into the Uttar Pradesh election campaign by Mr. Gadkari, will expected the reason of Mr Modi to skip the meet as like he did in last December BJP National Executive meet.

Source reported that instead of travelling to Mumbai from Ahmedabad, Modi will visit Udaipur to take part in a function to celebrate birth anniversary of Maharana Pratap, preparing in the honour of the Gujarat CM.

However this national executive is the gathering of the BJP’s top leaders just ahead of the Assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh.

If a resolution to amend the constitution will get the acceptance of all BJP including Modi, would definitely give chances for Gadkari’s second term as the party president. To pave the way for another three years after he completes his current term in December, would be the best gift for the BJP president that he get just days before his birthday.

Loading...

Comments are closed.

RSS RSS Feed

  • ‘Saraswatichandra’: Cross 1mn hits, Bhansali hopes for 2000 episodes Jaspreet Kaur
  • Rhino Shield promises to make your tablet invincible Himmat Mehra
  • Tablets, notebooks for Students at just Rs.25 Navjot Singh
  • Scan anytime, anywhere with Portronics “Scanny 5” Ranjit Singh
  • Rail Budget 2013 Highlights: A mix bag for India Inc; Opposition calls ‘Anti-people budget’ Nitika

Advertise With Us || Contact Us || Priyacy Policy || Disclaimer || About Us || Our Editors