New Delhi. Senior BJP leader and former union minister Jagat Prakash Nadda has been made the executive president of the party. In the presence of PM Narendra Modi in the meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Board on Monday, Nadda got the consent of the name. Please tell that Nadda, who was the Health Minister during the first tenure of the Modi government, was not included in the government this time. It was believed since then that they can get bigger responsibility in the party. It is being told that Amit Shah will be the national president of the party for next 6 months. Under his guidance, JP Nadda will now look at the daily working of the party. Giving information about the decision, senior party leader and country’s Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that the BJP Parliamentary Board has appointed JP Nadda as the acting president. After this, many senior leaders, including PM Modi, Amit Shah, greeted Nadda. Rajnath Singh told the reporters that the BJP has achieved tremendous success in many elections under the leadership of Amit Shah, but after the Prime Minister appointed him as Home Minister, he himself (Amit Shah) himself had said that the responsibility of the party president is to someone else should be given.