The Left came up with its worst ever electoral performance in any Lok Sabha election since independence in 1947, with the CPM and CPI winning just three and two seats, respectively.
Former Jaipur mayor Jyoti Khandelwal blamed the party's state vice-president Archana Sharma for her defeat.
Shah, whose three-year term as BJP chief had ended earlier this year, was asked to continue in the position as the party had put on hold organisational elections to focus on Lok Sabha polls.
In a reply to an RTI query, the poll body also declined to provide a copy of file noting of dissent notes given by one of the two Election Commissioners,
'PM gives priority to BJP-ruled states': Rahul takes jibe at Modi's over his 'Kerala close to me' remark
The Gandhi scion is on a three-day visit ending Sunday to his parliamentary constituency for the first time after winning the seat with a margin of more than 4 lakh votes.
Pawar noted that the public used to like when Modi, during his poll campaign and rallies, said his government would enter the houses of enemies and kill them.
His first programme is expected to be at Kalikavu in Malappuram district on Friday evening, sources said.
A total of 13 parties managed to enter the Lok Sabha by bagging just one seat each, according to data available with the Election Commission.
Pointing to consolidation of right-wing forces across the country, he said this shift (towards the right wing) was a recent global phenomenon.
After blaming Pilot for son Vaibhav's poll defeat, Ashok Gehlot attends Iftar organised by Rajasthan Congress chief
Before the Iftar, Pilot spent some time with Gehlot and ministers Raghu Sharma, Govind Singh Dotasara, Pratap Singh besides other leaders in his chamber.
The senior BJP leader urged all party representatives and leaders in the state to reach out to the masses and prepare for future challenges.
As per the report, the BJP accounts for nearly 45% of the total poll spending in 2019 as against 20% in 1998.
The UP Congress chief said he would like to engage with the party's winning candidates and seek to know what they did among the people.
Tipaniya was in Indore along with other leaders of the party to take part in a review meeting to discuss the reasons of the party’s dismal show in the polls.
In one-to-one interactions with the party’s candidates and district presidents, Punia asked them about the reasons for the party’s defeat.