Chugh also praised the choice of former president Ram Nath Kovind to lead the commission that would examine the whole undertaking.
Chandigarh, 2 September: BJP national general secretary Tarun Chugh today praised the Modi administration’s decision to create a high-level committee to develop a plan for holding concurrent elections under the “one nation, one election” principle.
The new effort of the Central government, according to Chugh, was urgently needed since the current system places a huge burden on resources and expenditures for independently arranging elections.
Combining the assembly and parliamentary elections would assist the Election Commission and the administration save time, money, and official working hours.
In order to develop the new technique of holding one election concurrently throughout the whole nation, he said that all opposition parties must work with the Modi administration.
Ram Nath Kovind’s selection as the chairman of the group that would examine the whole undertaking was also hailed by Chugh.
He emphasised that the new idea would offer coherence and continuity to the central and state governments’ policies and programmes since they would both place an emphasis on developmental activities.