BJP amends its constitution, allowing Gadkari to get a second term

     The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday amended its constitution, allowing Nitin Gadkari to get a second term as party president. The party's National Executive had passed a resolution in its last meeting in Mumbai, allowing an amendment in the BJP constitution for a second term for its president. Today, BJP National Council, which has 1,200 members, formally adopted the resolution after senior party leader Rajnath Singh proposed Gadkari's name for a second term. Gadkari's current term as president ends in December. His second tenure will continue till December 2015.

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