New Delhi, March 12: Union health minister JP Nadda addressed a press conference after Parliamentary Board meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party ended. He began by stating that board first paid tribute to the 12 CRPF jawans who were martyred in Chhattisgarh in the Maoist attack.
He then said that board and the party members thanked the people of the country for their continued support to the BJP. Talking about the post assembly election results scenario he said that for UP Venkaiah Naidu and Bhupendra Yadav have been appointed as observers. He added that for Uttarakhand Narendra Tomar and Saroj Pandey will be the observers, while for Manipur Piyush Goyal and Vinay Sahasrabuddhe will be the observers.
The observers will meet the elected members of the legislative assemblies and submit the report to party chief Amit Shah. Based on the report submitted by the observers party will make decision about the Chief Ministerial candidates for UP, Uttarakhand and Manipur.
He said, "Amit Shah ji has been authorised by parliamentary board to make final decision on the Chief Ministerial candidate after observers submit their respective reports."
He said that the verdict of the people shows that people have shown faith in the schemes and programmes launched by the government especially those that are to benefit poor, farmers, women and youth.
He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the beginning of the meeting thanked party president Amit Shah and lakhs of BJP members thanks to whose efforts the party got huge success in recently concluded assembly elections.