The Indian government is set to announce a new constitution on Monday, marking the first time a woman will be the country’s president.
The new constitution is expected to be passed by parliament and signed by President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday.
The law, called the Constitution, is expected as a compromise between the countrys conservative opposition and the religious parties.
But the move is unlikely to please all the religious leaders, including the BJP, who believe the Constitution is un-Indian and will undermine the country.
Some religious leaders have also called for the abolition of the Hindu gods.
The party has not ruled out seeking to amend the Constitution.
This is a complex process that has led to more than 70 amendments, but it is expected that the party will eventually agree to amend it, said a senior BJP leader.
The BJP is expected in power for the next two years, after winning seats in the 2019 general elections.
The ruling Congress party has ruled India for almost a century.
It won power in 1994.
The Congress and other parties control all ministries in the country, but the BJP and other religious parties control the lower house of Parliament.
A coalition government has been formed with the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to form a coalition government.
The Hindu nationalist Bharatiyas Hindu Jagran Manch (BJM), which has traditionally been the biggest opposition party, has been in power since January this year.
In June, the BJP launched a nationwide boycott of the wedding of the daughter of its chief minister, Siddharth Nath Singh, and a senior party leader.
In August, the party also suspended the wedding celebrations of a senior leader of the Congress party, Ananth Kumar, who had come to the wedding venue to protest against the government.
This led to the cancellation of the event, which was organised by the party’s national executive.
India’s Hindu-majority population was overwhelmingly against the party.
Some observers said the party would seek to amend a draft constitution in order to ensure a united front against the opposition.
The draft was due to be discussed in parliament in early January.
The proposal has been slammed by Hindu nationalists as an attempt to dilute the country into a Hindu-dominated state.
In the new constitution, the new president will be elected through a general election and be eligible to run for a second term.
The prime minister will be chosen by a super-majority vote.
This was the first constitutional change since the founding of India.
The new constitution will allow the appointment of a prime minister and a cabinet minister, as well as the president.
It will also provide for the appointment and removal of judges, the media and certain high-ranking government officials.
It will also allow the selection of a president, the prime minister, the finance minister, ministers and state legislators.
It has also made it possible for religious groups to elect their own representatives to the country of India’s 500 million citizens.
According to the draft, the chief justice of India will be an elected, independent judge and the president will also be appointed by the parliament.
This will make it easier for the new government to push through legislation and other important policy measures.
Indians will be able to elect officials to the government and appoint ministers in the new parliament, and the country will be allowed to adopt national currency notes and other monetary measures.
The president will not be a member of the ruling BJP.
The current government, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is dominated by Hindu nationalist and other members of the party who favour the constitution.
Critics say the draft constitution will have a negative impact on the country and the economy.
This is not the first attempt by the Congress-led government to change the constitution, with a similar draft being introduced in 2017.
BJP President Amit Shah was not present for the signing ceremony.