BJP leaders to hold a meeting today to discuss upcoming assembly elections
Amidst the turmoil in BJP party, the leaders have decided to meet today to discuss in depth about famers protest, Covid scene, vaccination roll out and future activities of the party. The policies and action will be decided so that they can be implemented effectively.
The meeting will take place today in Delhi under the leadership of party president JP Nadda. It is reported that all the national office-bearers of the party, including the presidents of the different morchas will be attending the meeting as well. This year, in February the meeting was held and Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed it.
From the long list of issues that they have to discuss in the meeting, one crucial aspect is upcoming assembly elections in five states, which would be the core agenda of the meeting. Farmer’ agitation and the Covid-19 situation may also be discussed.
Arun Singh, who is the general secretary of BJP, mentioned that earlier state party presidents attended that large-scale meeting also. This time, party president JP Nadda will address the meeting. The work done by the party till date in Seva Aur Samarpan and other organisational achievements and shortcomings will be discussed at the meeting. Future programmes and the party’s work will also be discussed.
Since the party focus will be at upcoming assembly elections, the in-charges of the five poll-bound states of UP, Punjab, Manipur, Goa, Uttarakhand, will be present the work being carried out and the party’s position vis-a-vis the upcoming polls. The meeting will focus on the possible challenges and active campaigning that has to be set in motion.