Lucknow, August 22: Uttar Pradesh state president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Swatantradev Singh announced the list of state executives on Saturday.
He has also placed young people with experienced people in his team. The team consists of 16 vice presidents, an organization general secretary, eight state general secretaries and 16 secretaries and two treasurers.
However, Vijay Bahadur Pathak and Pankaj Singh have been elevated as vice-presidents.
The BJP has almost formed a new team. Preference is given to people below 50 years of age.
Apart from maintaining regional and social balance, half the population has also been properly taken care of in team formation. In the organization, 10 women have been included, increasing the participation of half of population.
BJP state president Swatantra Dev Singh himself comes from a backward caste. The posts of State Vice President, State General Secretary and State Minister are very important in the state organization of the party. This time, there are eight upper castes in 16 posts of state vice president, while five are from backward castes, two scheduled castes and one tribe.
16 people have been included in the post of state minister. These include five upper castes, six from backward castes and five from scheduled castes and tribes.
Similarly, out of the seven people included in the post of state general secretary, five are upper castes, one OBC and one Dalit has been given place while General Secretary Organisation Sunil Bansal is Vaishya himself. In the new executive of BJP, social equations have been taken care of, along with every effort has been made to give neighbourhood representation.
State vice president of new team
Laxman Acharya (Varanasi), Pankaj Singh (Noida), Vijay Bahadur Pathak (Lucknow), Kanta Kardam (Meerut), Salil Vishnoi (Kanpur), Dayashankar Singh (Ballia), Surendra Nagar (Noida), Satpal Saini (Moradabad), Padmasen Chaudhary (Bahraich), Neelam Sonkar (Azamgarh), Kamalavati Singh (Kanpur), Prakash Pal (Kanpur), Santosh Singh (Lucknow), Devendra Chaudhary (Meerut), Brajbahadur Bhardwaj (Hathras) and Sunita Dayal (Ghaziabad).
State general secretary
JPS Rathore (Shahjahanpur), Govind Narayan Shukla (Amethi), Ashwani Tyagi (Meerut), Amarpal Maurya (Pratapgarh), Subrata Pathak (Kannauj), Anoop Gupta (Lakhimpur) and Priyanka Rawat (Barabanki).
Tryambak Tripathi (Santakbir Nagar), Subhash Yadav (Basti), Sanjay Rai (Ghazipur), Chandramohan Singh (Bulandshahar), Devesh Kori (Kanpur), Shankar Giri (Varanasi), Anjula Mahore (Agra), Ashok Jatav (Chitrakoot), Pranshudutt Dwivedi (Farrukhabad), Meena Chabe (Varanasi), Ramchandra Kanaujia (Lucknow), Shakuntala Chauhan-Lonia (Gorakhpur), Anamika Chaudhary-Nishad (Prayagraj) and Poonam Bajaj (Aligarh).
Manish Kapoor (Varanasi) and Sanjeev Aggarwal (Bareilly).