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BJP will talk to all parties to evolve consensus on Prez

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The will talk to all political parties to evolve a broad consensus on presidential nominee in the "true spirit of democracy", senior Union minister said today.

Naidu is part of a three-member committee formed yesterday by president to hold consultations with BJP's allies as well as opposition parties on the presidential candidate for the upcoming poll.



Minister and Home Minister are the other two members of the committee.

"We have started internal consultations. We are the ruling party and we have to taken everyone on board and work towards evolving a broad consensus (for a presidential nominee) and seek their support," Naidu said.

Asserting that the exercise will be done in the "true spirit of democracy", he, however, "appealed to all that they should go by the mandate of the people which is for this government".

He also said that he had already spoken to the party chief and in coming days, they (all the committee members) would be talking to leaders of other political parties.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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BJP will talk to all parties to evolve consensus on Prez

The BJP will talk to all political parties to evolve a broad consensus on presidential nominee in the "true spirit of democracy", senior Union minister Venkaiah Naidu said today. Naidu is part of a three-member committee formed yesterday by BJP president Amit Shah to hold consultations with BJP's allies as well as opposition parties on the presidential candidate for the upcoming poll. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Home Minister Rajnath Singh are the other two members of the BJP committee. "We have started internal consultations. We are the ruling party and we have to taken everyone on board and work towards evolving a broad consensus (for a presidential nominee) and seek their support," Naidu said. Asserting that the exercise will be done in the "true spirit of democracy", he, however, "appealed to all that they should go by the mandate of the people which is for this government". He also said that he had already spoken to the party chief and in coming days, they (all the ... The will talk to all political parties to evolve a broad consensus on presidential nominee in the "true spirit of democracy", senior Union minister said today.

Naidu is part of a three-member committee formed yesterday by president to hold consultations with BJP's allies as well as opposition parties on the presidential candidate for the upcoming poll.

Minister and Home Minister are the other two members of the committee.

"We have started internal consultations. We are the ruling party and we have to taken everyone on board and work towards evolving a broad consensus (for a presidential nominee) and seek their support," Naidu said.

Asserting that the exercise will be done in the "true spirit of democracy", he, however, "appealed to all that they should go by the mandate of the people which is for this government".

He also said that he had already spoken to the party chief and in coming days, they (all the committee members) would be talking to leaders of other political parties.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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BJP will talk to all parties to evolve consensus on Prez

The will talk to all political parties to evolve a broad consensus on presidential nominee in the "true spirit of democracy", senior Union minister said today.

Naidu is part of a three-member committee formed yesterday by president to hold consultations with BJP's allies as well as opposition parties on the presidential candidate for the upcoming poll.

Minister and Home Minister are the other two members of the committee.

"We have started internal consultations. We are the ruling party and we have to taken everyone on board and work towards evolving a broad consensus (for a presidential nominee) and seek their support," Naidu said.

Asserting that the exercise will be done in the "true spirit of democracy", he, however, "appealed to all that they should go by the mandate of the people which is for this government".

He also said that he had already spoken to the party chief and in coming days, they (all the committee members) would be talking to leaders of other political parties.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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