The Bihar BJP leaders are of the opinion that they will gain political benefits as Nadda spent a major part of his life in Patna. JPN/Bureau
According to Bihar BJP leaders, if Nadda becomes party president, he will serve as a bridge of unity and since Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been elected from Varanasi and Nadda has spent early life in Bihar, both these leaders would unite the party’s organization. In such a scenario, he may become a leader, who could serve as connecting link between Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
Nadda was born in 1960 in Patna and he did his schooling from St Xavier School at Gandhi Maidan. He may have kept these memories sleeved up in his heart and his emotional connect can attach him to Bihar.
His political career also commenced from Patna University, where he was appointed as secretary of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP). Besides, he also showed orgasational skills in two Lok Sabha elections.
His father NL Nadda had served as the head of Applied Economics and Commerce Department in Patna University for a long time. He later became the Vice-Chancellor of Ranchi University.
He is also credited with starting MBA course in Patna University. After retiring from Army, Nadda’s father shifted to Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh.
JP Nadda continued his further studies at Himachal University and he was also the president of students’ union. He later became the national president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha.
His emotional connect with Patna would act as a link between Varanasi and Patna. Not only this, since Nadda is basically from Hindi belt, he could be the fourth BJP president from this region after Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Murli Manohar Joshi and Rajnath Singh.
The Bihar BJP leaders are of the opinion that they will gain political benefits as Nadda spent a major part of his life in Patna.