Narendra Modi to be inducted into BJP’s parliamentary board on Sunday?
New Delhi: In a further boost to Narendra Modi`s Delhi dreams, the Gujarat Chief Minister is likely to be re-inducted on Sunday into the party`s parliamentary board after six years, reports said.
Reports also suggest that former Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah could be made the General Secretary of the party.
Shah had to quit as Gujarat Home Minister after the CBI accused him of being part of the conspiracy to kill Sohrabuddin Sheikh in a fake encounter.
Notably, the parliamentary board is the highest decision making body of the BJP and Modi’s elevation is being viewed as a step to bring him to the forefront keeping in view the upcoming 2014 General Elections.
However, the final list of the party parliamentary board members may be decided by the senior members of the Bharatiya Janata Party by late Saturday evening.
Party sources said that Modi would be the sole addition to the parliamentary board from among the party’s other chief ministers.
Meanwhile, the return of Amit Shah in the Parliamentary Board has reportedly split the party with a faction opposing it.
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