Presidential election: Nadda, Rajnath to hold talks with other parties on behalf of BJP

Presidential elections will be held on 18 July.  (Twitter: @JPNadda)

Presidential elections will be held on 18 July. (Twitter: @JPNadda)

In a statement, the BJP said that both the senior leaders will hold talks with the ruling NDA and opposition UPA constituents besides other political parties as well as independents.

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The BJP on Sunday authorized its president JP Nadda and Union minister Rajnath Singh to hold discussions with various political parties, including the opposition, on the presidential election, seen as an outreach by the ruling party to reach a consensus. He is going. On the election of the top constitutional post.

In a statement, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said the two senior leaders would hold talks with the ruling NDA and opposition UPA constituents, other political parties as well as independents.

The party said that they would soon start conducting these consultations. Opposition parties during the last presidential elections in 2017 accused the BJP of approaching them at the last minute after finalizing the choice of Ram Nath Kovind, who became the President.

The opposition contested the election by supporting Meira Kumar, who lost to Kovind. Presidential elections will be held on 18 July.

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