10 BJP MPs, Who Won As MLAs In Rajasthan And Madhya Pradesh, Quit Parliament - All Details
The BJP MPs, now victorious in state politics, have opted to vacate their parliamentary seats, symbolizing a commitment to their newly acquired responsibilities at the state level.
New Delhi: In an unprecedented move, all 10 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Members of Parliament (MPs) who emerged victorious in the recent State Assembly elections have tendered their resignations. The decision was reached after a crucial meeting with BJP Chief JP Nadda and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The prominent BJP MPs stepping down from their parliamentary roles include: (Also Read: Banks Will Open Five Days In A Week? Check What Banking Association Has Demanded)
Representing Madhya Pradesh
Narendra Singh Tomar
Prahlad Singh Patel
Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
Kirodi Lal Meena
The BJP MPs, now victorious in state politics, have opted to vacate their parliamentary seats, symbolizing a commitment to their newly acquired responsibilities at the state level. (Also Read: UCO Bank Fraud: Two Engineers Transfer 820 Crore INR From 7 Private Banks)
The move has stirred political discussions, with speculation arising about the BJP's plans for parliamentary representation and the ensuing by-elections that will be necessitated by these resignations. The party's decision to have its successful state-level leaders relinquish their national roles hints at a reconfiguration of political strategy and leadership distribution within the BJP.