How successful VD Sharma's tenure for bjp in MP? 

It is said that wishes are never fulfilled in politics. A similar example is being seen in madhya pradesh politics these days. After the completion of the lok sabha election process, bjp leaders have once again started looking for possibilities. madhya pradesh bjp ministers, MLAs, MPs and leaders associated with the organization are sharing every small and big activity of work on social media.

Let us tell you that the tenure of state bjp president VD Sharma is ending this month. In the lok sabha elections, bjp has made lotus bloom on all 29 seats of the state. Earlier, bjp had got 27 seats from madhya pradesh in the 2014 lok sabha elections. In the 2019 lok sabha elections, madhya pradesh has given 28 and now 29 MPs to BJP. After the lok sabha elections, bjp leaders have now started looking for new possibilities. State ministers, MLAs, newly elected MPs are sharing photos and videos of every small and big activity on social media.

VD Sharma's tenure ends this month

VD Sharma's tenure as state president is considered successful. He led bjp to victory on 163 seats in the assembly elections. In the recently concluded lok sabha elections, bjp set a record by making lotus bloom on all 29 seats in the state. Looking at VD Sharma's successful tenure, it is expected that bjp may give him a place in the central organization. VD Sharma will handle the work until madhya pradesh bjp gets a new president.

Names of these leaders in the race for the new state president

Candidates are being searched for the new state president. Among the possible names, BJP's joining team convenor Narottam Mishra, senior leader Gopal Bhargava, mp Faggan Singh Kulaste are being discussed. Dr. Mohan Yadav, who holds the post of chief minister in the state, comes from the OBC category. In such a situation, now the bjp state president can be made from Brahmin or SC-ST community. It is being told that Narottam Mishra and Gopal Bhargava fit in the new formula. In order to woo the tribal community, Mandla mp Faggan Singh Kulaste can also be given the command of the state president.


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