In view of the upcoming assembly elections in UP, BJP has started trying hard from now on. An important meeting of the BJP Working Committee is going to be held in Lucknow today. The special thing is that party president JP Nadda will address this meeting. The election strategy will be discussed in the meeting. Earlier on Thursday, a meeting of state officials was also held, in which the agenda was fixed for the meeting to be held today.
Actually BJP wants that the organization should cooperate in taking the policies of the government to the people. In the meeting held on Thursday, it was decided that the BJP would continue the service program at the booth level. Along with this, the election strategy was also discussed. This meeting was held under the chairmanship of state president Swatantra Dev Singh. In this meeting, many big leaders including CM Yogi, Organization Minister Sunil Bansal, state in-charge Radha Mohan Singh were present. But Deputy CM Keshav Maurya did not attend the meeting.
JP Nadda will address the meeting
JP Nadda, Union Minister Smriti Irani, Dr. Mahendra Nath and National General Secretary Arun Singh will also be present in the meeting to be held in Lucknow today. Big officials of UP including only seven CM Yogi will also attend the meeting. During this, along with discussion on the election strategy, there will be a consensus on the program ahead.
Big leaders of UP including CM Yogi will attend the meeting
It is being told that the meeting of the BJP Working Committee will be held in four sessions. JP Nadda will address the inaugural session. The second session will be of condolence and political resolution. Radha Mohan Singh will play an important role in this. In the third session, the election strategy and upcoming programs will be discussed. At the same time, CM Yogi himself will address the fourth session. In Thursday’s meeting, the framework for the meeting to be held today was decided. Along with this, the election strategy was also discussed. During this, many big leaders of the state including Deputy CM Dinesh Sharma attended.