Ahead of assembly polls due next year in five states, BJP on Sunday will hold a national executive meet in Delhi to chalk out the strategies for the upcoming elections. The meeting will also include the discussions on recent assembly and Lok Sabha by-poll results.
Rajya Sabha MP and party’s general secretary Arun Singh informed reporters that “The meeting will begin with the address of party president Jagat Prakash Nadda. Various issues, including a special brainstorming session on the forthcoming assembly elections in five states, will be discussed.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the closing speech of the meet. The speech is expected to cover the ongoing issues and will be seen as political guidance to the party, he added.
The meeting, he further said, will discuss programmes and policies to widen the party base to reach more sections of society. Also, the party will come out with a political resolution which will be drafted by former law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Arun Singh said a total of 124 leaders will be present at the meeting all national executive members have not been called to Delhi citing the Covid protocols. All the Chief Ministers and Deputy Chief Ministers of BJP ruled states, all BJP state unit presidents and other senior leaders from the states will attend the meeting virtually from their respective state headquarters. Besides, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal are among other ministers who will be part of the BJP national executive meet.