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J P Nadda appointed BJP's working president, Amit Shah to remain party chief

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Rohit

interesting to see how Mr Nadda takes BJP forward. He is one of the most corrupt leader in BJP, and it was evident when he was health minister.

Bsrahmd (a)

Interesting to note that the President has to come form the North. The South doesn''t have that calibre people to head the Presidency ? Shouldn''t the Party reflect pan- Indianness ?

Ruchir Goyal (Delhi) replies to bsrahmd

BJP has given 3 national presidents from South india - Jana Krishnamurti, Bangaru Laxman and Venkaiah Naidu... 2 national presidents from Gujarat - LK Advani and Amit Shah... 2 national presidents from UP - Murli Manohar Joshi and Rajnath Singh, 1 from MP - Atal behari Vajpayee and 1 now from Himachal - JP Nadda... Which other party including your 130 year old party has such diverse pan India national presidents...

Sanjay Sawant (Mumbai)

Compare 30 year old party with 130 year old one. Democracy vs Dynasty.

Bsrahmd (a) replies to Sanjay Sawant

There is no need to snigger . Be grateful and thankful that there was this fertile enviroment of freedom and democracy that was founded by our Visionary Leaders of the Grand Old Party. Hope this doesn''t turn into dictatorship. Our PM is showing some signs of being above party and politics. Hope he prevails to the ideals of our Constitution.

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