New Delhi: Coming next, three state assembly elections are to be contested under the leadership of Home Minister and BJP president Amit Shah. These elections would be held in Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Haryana and carries more importance as these states are ruled by BJP. The elections would be held later at the end of this year.
The BJP, led by Amit Shah, has won 303 seats in the Lok Sabha. Since Amit Shah has been appointed as a Home Minister, J. P. Nadda has been made the acting national president of the BJP. The BJP has also formed an election committee under the leadership of Radha Mohan Singh for the appointment of the new president. The election may take place after December 15.
The election campaign may start from September 11 onward. The election of a chairperson at congregation level will be held from October 11 to October 31, while the national council members and the regional presidents will be elected in between December 1 to December 15. After the elections of the five organisation at local and state level the election for national president will be held.