Thursday, May 23, 2024

BJP: Who will be the Prime Minister after Narendra Modi? BJP replied to Kejriwal leader

Leader Online Desk: Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal said who is BJP's prime ministerial candidate after PM Modi according to party rules? This question has been asked to the Bharatiya Janata Party. He was speaking at a press conference held after coming out of jail. To Kejriwal's question, BJP National President J.P. Nadda (BJP) has replied, “If elected, Modi will come, if he stays, Modi will make India strong.”

What did Arvind Kejriwal say?

In a press conference, Arvind Kejriwal said that who is the prime ministerial candidate of the ruling government of India Aghadi, the opposition party in the country? This question is frequently asked. The BJP has made a rule that once the leader reaches 75 years of age, he retires from the party. Similarly, LK Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi, Sumitra Mahajan and Yashwant Sinha have retired so far. While Prime Minister Narendra Modi is turning 75 years old in September, as per BJP rules, PM Modi will retire from the party. So who is BJP's prime ministerial candidate? Kejriwal also asked this question. BJP National President (BJP) JP Nadda has answered this question.

Modiji is our leader, will continue to lead in the future – JP. Nadda

Answering Kejriwal's question, BJP president J. P Nadda said in X Post, “There is no such age provision anywhere in the constitution of Bharatiya Janata Party. Every particle and every moment of Modiji is dedicated to the service of Mother India. People know this too. The concept of 'Developed India' is being realized under Modiji's leadership, and Modiji will take the country to new heights in the next 5 years. Modiji is our leader and will continue to lead us in the future too, he has clarified.

As the opposition does not have a solid program, Modiji's age is the excuse

“Kejriwal and all 'India' alliance upset after election failure”. Their aim is to mislead and confuse the country. From east to west and from north to south, Modiji is receiving immense blessings from people. Like Prime Minister Modi, he does not have any policy or any fixed program. That is why he criticized Kejriwal that he is using the excuse of Modiji's age.

PM Modi will complete the entire tenure of the next 5 years: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's statement that 'If BJP wins, Amit Shah will become the Prime Minister', I would like to tell Arvind Kejriwal and Indy Company that, “There is no such thing mentioned in the constitution of BJP. Modi will complete the entire tenure of the next 5 years and PM Modi will continue to lead the country in the future. Amit Shah has clarified that there is no confusion in the BJP”.

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