Eye on state polls, PM Modi kicks off Bjp national executive meeting, five main points of discussion


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Many issues will be discussed at the national executive meeting of the BJP. There are five such questions that are the most important to the party. The meeting will also discuss strategies for the upcoming party year.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, National President JP Nadda also attended the national executive meeting of the BJP.
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The meeting of the National Executive of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has started at the NDMC Convention Center in Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, National Party Chairman JP Nadda, Interior Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, and all national party officials and presidents from different states attend this important meeting which lasts all day. Many leaders, including LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, are also virtually connected. Although many topics will be discussed at this meeting, there are five of those points that are the most important to the party. Everyone’s attention will be more on these five points.
1. Choice of five states: The meeting will mainly focus on the preparation of the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur, Goa and Punjab. In this the strategy for the election will be prepared. The coordination between the organization and the government, the methods of preparing the electoral manifesto, the points against the BJP in the elections, the failures of the organization and the government will be discussed.

Those issues will also be discussed so the public is unhappy with the party. Options for eliminating resentment will also be discussed. According to a national leader associated with the BJP, the party has developed a different electoral model for each state. Based on these models, the party will enter the elections. It covers electoral issues, campaigning methods, opposition counter-requisites, Modi’s face, and the functioning of the government.

2. Review of the results of the by-elections: Party officials will also brainstorm the results of by-elections held in 13 states, including Himachal Pradesh. The defeat in Himachal Pradesh and West Bengal will be especially reviewed.
Himachal Pradesh’s Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur blamed inflation for the defeat in the by-elections. The public was said to be upset by rising inflation and thus the party was defeated in the by-elections. Many other states may also raise the issue of inflation and people’s discontent at the meeting.

3. Changes in Bengal BJP: After the crushing defeat in the first general elections and then the by-elections in West Bengal, the Bengal BJP is preparing for a big change. The party’s national vice president, Dilip Ghosh, has also indicated this. He said that a decision could be made in this regard at the meeting of the National Executive to be held today. There may be an organizational change in Bengal.
Another leader associated with the Bengal BJP told Amar Ujala that the youth of Bengal can be given great responsibility in the party. This will include faces that can give a forceful response to Mamata Banerjee and TMC leaders. There will be a renewed focus on party organization at the booth level, so the assembly elections will not have much of an impact on the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

4. Corona difficulties arose: The National Executive meeting will also discuss the difficulties that citizens went through during the period of the Crown and the discontent of the people against the government. According to a national leader of the party, the experiences of different states will also be heard at the meeting. In what way did the state help the people during the Crown period, and what problems did the party leaders face on the ground? At the meeting, all states will also give suggestions on how the common people’s discontent that has arisen during the Crown period can be eliminated.

5. Organization-Government and Union Coordination: The meeting will also discuss the coordination between the BJP organization, the central and state government and the union. How to strengthen government through organization and organization through government will be discussed. There will also be a discussion on how the government and the organization should act on the suggestions of the Sangh. The last year’s report on the steps taken for coordination will also be presented. You can also request the opinions of the leaders of different states in this regard.

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The meeting of the National Executive of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has started at the NDMC Convention Center in Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, National Party Chairman JP Nadda, Interior Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, and all national party officials and presidents from different states attend this important meeting which lasts all day. Many leaders, including LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, are also virtually connected. Although many issues will be discussed at this meeting, there are five of those points that are the most important to the party. Everyone’s attention will be more on these five points.


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