Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate a two-day national-office bearers meeting of the BJP on Monday, which will lay down the party’s political agenda as it readies for the next round of state polls and all-important Lok Sabha elections in 2024. As per the party’s statement, Modi will arrive Delhi after casting his vote in the Gujarat assembly polls and inaugurate and address the meeting of the party’s senior organisational leaders from across the nation.
Besides the national office bearers, presidents and general secretaries of the party’s state units will also attend the meeting as is the practice. The party president JP Nadda will hold the meeting and the meeting will deliberate on the future strategy, take stock of its preparations for the next round of state assembly polls and review various ongoing organisational activities.
Party leaders are engaged in organisational works round the year, and the meeting will serve as a stock-taking exercise. Various groups of party leaders, along with Union ministers, have also been roped in to further strengthen its presence, particularly in places where it lost in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls and is eying victory in 2024. Some electorally important states, including Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, besides Tripura and Chattisgarh are slated to have assembly polls in run up to the Lok Sabha elections.