The BJP on Monday appointed C R Patil and Jamyang Tsering Namgyal, both Lok Sabha MPs, as Presidents of its Gujarat and Ladakh units individual.The new appointments were done by BJP national president JP Nadda with immediate effect, party General Secretary Arun Singh said.
Paatil, a third-term MP, replaced Jitendrabhai Vaghani, the BJP said in a statement issued Monday afternoon.
The 65-year-old leader is viewed as a compelling parliamentarian, who has utilized innovation to push improvement works in his voting constituency and be in contact with the voters. He has additionally been Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to organize advancement works in his Lok Sabha voting constituency Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh.
Namgyal is a first-term MP from Ladakh. The 35-year-old had hit the features for his vigorous speech in Parliament at the time of Jammu and Kashmir’s bifurcation as two Union Territories. The post of BJP president in the Union Territory was empty after Namgyal’s ancestor resigned.