Nadda likely to get extension as BJP looks for continuity till next Lok Sabha polls
BJP president JP Nadda is likely to continue at the helm at least till the 2024 Lok Sabha polls as the party top brass believes that a sense of organisational continuity will help it in a string of key assembly polls in the coming months before the general election. Nadda's three-year term will end in January next year, and the BJP parliamentary board is expected to endorse an extension for him before that, sources said.
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