BJP Chief Nadda appoints Presidents for Nagaland, Meghalaya, and Puducherry – Who takes the helm?
Get the latest updates on BJP’s state president appointments. S Selvaganbathy in Puducherry, Benjamin Yepthomi in Nagaland, and Rickman Momin in Meghalaya.
Stay informed about the political changes in India. BJP chief Nadda appointed presidents for Nagaland, Meghalaya, and Puducherry; Know who got the place where?
BJP chief JP Nadda has appointed S Selvaganbathy as party president of Puducherry, Benjamin Yepthomi as party president of Nagaland and Rickman Momin as party president of Meghalaya.
BJP’s national general secretary and in-charge of the party headquarters, Arun Kumar Singh, issued orders to change the state presidents of three states, which includes 3 states Meghalaya, Puducherry, and Nagaland.
S Selvaganabathy got the charge of Puducherry.
BJP chief JP Nadda has appointed S Selvaganbathi as the party president of Puducherry. On the other hand, Rikman Momin has been appointed the President of Meghalaya BJP.
Benjamin Yepthomi becomes Nagaland party president.
BJP has changed its state president in Nagaland. Benjamin Yepthomi is now appointed president. All these appointments will come into effect with immediate effect.
‘The Baghel government is walking step by step with the Naxalites’, BJP said – not a single one of the 316 promises has been fulfilled.
Before the assembly elections, BJP launched an all-out attack on Congress’s Bhupesh Baghel government in Chhattisgarh.
Releasing a list of allegations regarding the Baghel government’s scams, scams, nepotism, and depriving the common people of central schemes, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra accused the Congress of killing BJP workers in collaboration with Naxalites.
According to him, while on one hand, the central government is running a campaign to completely wipe out the Naxalites, on the other hand, the Baghel government is busy colluding with the Naxalites.
He also accused Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel of killing BJP workers with the help of Naxalites.
Patra said that Rahul Gandhi had made 316 promises to the people of Chhattisgarh, from giving unemployment allowance to the youth and banning liquor to halving the electricity bill.
But not a single promise was fulfilled. Instead of halving the electricity bill, it doubled.
Sambit Patra told how in the last five years, liquor scams worth Rs 2161 crore, rice scams worth Rs 5000 crore, and mineral transportation scams worth Rs 2000 crore took place in Chhattisgarh.