BJP Appoints Tejinder Pal Singh Bittu as Haryana Co-Convenor Ahead of Lok Sabha Elections

ByTV10 Punjab

May 18, 2024
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National Desk
17 May
Sandeep Dhand Ludhiana

BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda has appointed Tejinder Pal Singh Bittu as the co-convenor for Haryana in preparation for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Bittu, who recently left the Congress to join the BJP, received his appointment from the party’s National General Secretary and Headquarters Incharge, Arun Singh. Copies of the appointment have been sent to the Haryana Chief Minister, the state General Secretary, and other relevant leaders.

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Bittu’s induction into the BJP was orchestrated by the party’s high command a few days ago. He previously served as the co-in-charge of Himachal Pradesh for the Congress and was also a national secretary for the party. Bittu’s departure from the Congress was fueled by dissatisfaction after the party leadership failed to fulfill its promise of nominating him for the Rajya Sabha following their victory in the Himachal Pradesh assembly elections. Instead, the ticket was given to another leader.

Expressing his gratitude for the new role, Bittu thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and BJP President JP Nadda. He pledged to work diligently to secure a victory for the BJP in Haryana.

This strategic appointment is seen as part of the BJP’s efforts to strengthen its organizational framework in Haryana ahead of the crucial elections.