Delhi BJP President Virendra Sachdeva…
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On Sunday, Virendra Sachdeva took charge of the post of state BJP president as soon as he received the appointment letter from the BJP high command. On this occasion, he said that we will work with collective leadership system. He called upon the party leaders and workers to prepare for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. He said that all the workers have to work to make all the seven MP candidates of BJP successful in Delhi in the year 2024 by spreading Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s message of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas among the masses.
Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Ramveer Singh Bidhuri, State General Secretary Kuljit Singh Chahal, Harsh Malhotra and Dinesh Pratap Singh, State Vice President Rajeev Babbar, Ashok Goyal, Sunil Yadav, Rajan Tiwari, Karma Singh Karma, State Ministers Lata Sodhi and Sardar Impreet Singh Bakshi, Media Relation in-charge Harish Khurana, media relations chief Praveen Shankar Kapoor, president of Kisan Morcha Vinod Sehrawat, president of Mahila Morcha Yogita Singh, president of Purvanchal Morcha Kaushal Mishra, state spokesperson Yasir Jilani and Ajay Sehrawat etc. congratulated Virendra Sachdeva. State Organization General Secretary Siddharthan was also present on this occasion.
Sachdeva is active in politics since 1988.
Virendra Sachdeva has been active in politics since 1988. He was the Vice President and General Secretary of Chandni Chowk district of BJP. In the year 2007, he became the District President of Chandni Chowk. After change of residence, he was also elected President of Mayur Vihar district in the year 2014 and was a minister in the state in the year 2009 and was made the state vice-president in 2017.
Adesh Gupta was the president for almost two and a half years.
Adesh Gupta, who was the mayor of North Delhi Municipal Corporation, became the state BJP president on June 2, 2020. He was made the Speaker after North-East Delhi MP Manoj Tiwari resigned, but Adesh resigned taking responsibility for the defeat in the MCD elections. During his tenure, BJP had to face defeat in the by-elections of five wards of MCD last year.