There is an imminent change in the top leaderships of the boards-corporations, commissions, societies working in the social sector of Gujarat government and for the uplift of various caste groups. There will also be changes in the state BJP organisation depending on the Lok Sabha elections, with the appointments of office bearers including the vacant General Minister-Vice President.
Such indications are flowing high after the meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP National President JP Nadda, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, State BJP President CR Patil, Organisation General Secretary Ratnakar and Chief Principal Secretary Kailasanathan at PM House in Delhi on Friday.
Before this meeting, which was held for two and a half hours in the PM House, Mowdis of Gujarat met Nadda at BJP headquarters. It is said that in the meeting held at the PM House, there was a detailed discussion about the appointment of non-government representatives in the board corporation, which has been lying vacant for two years, along with the roadmap of the proposed plans in view of the Gujarat government, state organisation and the upcoming elections.
The appointments are likely to be made between Navratri and Diwali. It is worth mentioning that in the last 40 days, CM Bhupendra Patel has met Prime Minister Modi twice in Delhi. While the PM has also stayed in Gujarat for two days. On the other hand, state president Patil was in Delhi two days ago.
As the Lok Sabha elections near, PM Modi is said to have instructed the government and the organisation to increase the pace of campaigning with the government plans, decisions and the changes in the civil society along with the work among the voters.