The post of BJP’s party president in Rajasthan is still vacant. This situation has created turmoil in the party’s proper working in the state as the party is going through a dreadful situation. The issue was raised after the resignation of previous state party president Ashok Parnami. To finalize the new party president for Rajasthan, meetings have already held but no result came out. Even, on Wednesday, CM Vasundhara Raje and the members of the core committee met party’s national president Amit Shah in Delhi and there are speculations that on June 15 announcement of new state president will be made.
Is the speculation true?
Although, it was said that the National President Amit Shah summoned Vasundhara Raje to Delhi to end the ongoing issue but it is not true. After the meeting, it was said that the meeting was meant to discuss the forthcoming Assembly and Lok Sabha elections.
After Parnami’s resignation, many leaders came up for the post of new state presidential candidate but no one is finalized yet. In fact, central minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat was put forward by Delhi but it did not get approved by Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje. This appointment is required to be made as soon as possible due to upcoming Assembly elections in state. Without party president, the party cannot work appropriately.