New Delhi: The organisational reshuffle of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pending since last year will take place soon after party chief Amit Shah’s elevation as the Union Home Minister. The party top brass is set to hold organisation polls in a month, party sources said. It is learnt that the BJP national president and the home minister Amit Shah has convened a meeting of key organisation leaders from states and Union Territories on June 13 and 14 at the party headquarters here. The national office bearers and the state chiefs of BJP have been asked to join.However, the reshuffle likely to exempt the Assembly poll-bound states likes Haryana and Maharashtra and Jharkhand. Shah’s three-year term had ended earlier this year but the party had asked him to continue to focus on the Lok Sabha elections and put the organisational poll on hold.