भारतीय जनता पार्टी

विकिपीडिया से
भारतीय जनता पार्टी
PresidentJagat Prakash Nadda[1]
Parliamentary ChairpersonNarendra Modi
(Prime Minister)
Lok Sabha leaderNarendra Modi
(Prime Minister)[2]
Rajya Sabha leaderThawar Chand Gehlot
(Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment)[2]
Founded6 अप्रैल 1980 (42 साल पहिले) (1980-04-06)[4]
Split fromJanata Party[4]
Preceded by
Headquarters6-A, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg,
New Delhi-110002[5]
NewspaperKamal Sandesh[6]
Student wingAkhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad
Youth wingBharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha[8]
Women's wingBJP Mahila Morcha[9]
Labour wingBharatiya Mazdoor Sangh[10]
Peasant's wingBJP Kisan Morcha[11]
MembershipIncrease180 million (2019)[12]
IdeologyIntegral humanism[13]
Social conservatism[18]
Right-wing populism[19][20]
Political positionRight-wing[21]
International affiliation
Colours     Saffron[25]
ECI StatusNational Party[26]
National convener<--Bharatiya Janata Party does not have any National Convener.-->
Seats in Lok Sabha
303 / 543
(currently 541 members and 2 vacancies)[29]
Seats in Rajya Sabha
86 / 245
(currently 244 members and 1 vacancies)[30][31]
Election symbol
Party flag
BJP flag.svg

भारतीय जनता पार्टी, भारत के एगो प्रमुख राष्ट्रीय राजनैतिक दल हऽ। एकर स्थापना जनसंघ के लोग कइल आ ई ओही के नया रूप मानल जाले। भाजपा एगो दक्खिनपंथी दल बा।

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