As indicated by New Delhi-based distributions, M. venkaiah naidu, the VP of India, may before long be expected to leave dynamic governmental issues once his term lapses in August. At the point when they reached venkaiah at his home on june 21, senior bjp individuals — including Union clergymen amit shah and rajnath singh and party public president J P Nadda — allegedly educated him that he probably won’t be selected for the Vice President position once more.
They did, notwithstanding, console him that he would get “suitable” remuneration for his commitments to the party and the country. There are hints that venkaiah will join the BJP’s margadarshak mandal, which incorporates prepared pioneers like L K Advani, murli manohar joshi, sumitra Mahajan, and so forth. It might be said, it would be Venkaiah’s “virtual retirement,” as he won’t ever hold another lower-level office in the wake of filling in as India’s Vice-President. He will not have a lot of impact on the party’s strategy decisions on the grounds that the warning chamber is just a stately gathering.
As per sources, the BJP’s strategy is that people who have arrived at the age of 75 are not qualified to run in the overall races and thus are not allowed to take part effectively in the party. In any case, they are equipped for the places of president and VP. Nonetheless, as indicated by party rules, venkaiah, who is just 72 years of age, actually has three years of political life left. In any case, the party chose to keep him from participating in governmental issues while he was as yet 67 years of age. There could be no other position he can take as of now since he has previously filled in as India’s VP and has not been proposed for the President’s situation. He isn’t qualified for another Lok or rajya sabha seat.