Culture and Tourism Minister CT Ravi resigned from his post in Yeddyurappa government of Karnataka. He has submitted his resignation to the Chief Minister of the state BS Yeddyurappa after being made the national general secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Ravi will visit Delhi on Monday and will take charge of the functioning of the organization.
Let me tell you that JP Nadda duly took charge of the party in January this year and has now announced national office bearers in late September.
Karnataka Minister CT Ravi (in file photo) tenders his resignation to CM BS Yediyurappa, from his post as the state’s Culture and Tourism Minister, after he was appointed as national general secretary of BJP. He is visiting Delhi tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/K3s5NW3Vhw
According to the party constitution, in the central organization, in addition to the national president, 39 officials are made 13 vice-presidents, 10 general secretaries, 15 secretaries and a treasurer. Nadda’s team currently consists of 12 vice-presidents, nine general secretaries and 13 secretaries. In this sense, the posts of a vice-president, a general secretary and two secretaries are vacant. The announcement of the president of Mahila Morcha is yet to be announced.
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There will be major changes in the executive too Nadda is yet to constitute a national executive. At least 25 percent of this change has to be done. Given the way in which about 70 percent of the changes have been made in the national office bearers, a large number of changes in the executive are also expected. Apart from this, Central Parliamentary Board, Central Election Committee is also to be announced.
Rajnath gave place to one third women
According to the party constitution, one-third of the central office bearers in the organization are reserved for women, so at least 4 more women officials will have to be included. However, for a long time, neither full functionaries nor women have been retained in the party. The last time in 2013, the then BJP President Rajnath Singh announced all 40 officials (including the president) in his team and a third, i.e. 13 women were also included in it. In which five vice presidents and eight secretaries were made.
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Potential expansion after Bihar election The posts that the BJP president has kept vacant will be filled in the near future. It is believed that these vacancies have been kept in view of the possible expansion of the Union Cabinet after the Bihar elections, because at that time some leaders will be given space in the organization in order for some leaders to come to power and organization.
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