Kolkata: BJP national vice-president Dilip Ghosh has hinted at an early organizational change in the party's West Bengal unit.
Dilip Ghosh said that there could be an organizational change in the West Bengal unit of the BJP and a decision in this regard could be taken at the BJP's national executive meeting to be held in New Delhi today.
According to Dilip Ghosh, the West Bengal unit of the BJP will talk to the central leadership, after which changes may be made.
The members of the core committee of West Bengal BJP including Dilip Ghosh are in Delhi at present. The meeting of the BJP National Executive is being chaired by party president JP Nadda on Sunday and will include Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and others, including Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. PM Narendra Modi is also present. Many other BJP leaders are also expected to take part.
Dilip Ghosh said that the main agenda of the meeting will discuss organizational issues, programs and upcoming assembly elections in five states.
When asked about the organizational change in West Bengal, DilipGhosh said, "Our state unit will talk to the central leadership, after which there may be some changes in the BJP's West Bengal unit."
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After the defeat in the West Bengal Assembly elections 2021, the BJP had already changed the state leadership. In September, the BJP had appointed MP Sukant Majumdar as the president of the West Bengal unit, while Dilip Ghosh was made the national vice-president