Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the concluding session of the BJP National Executive meeting on Tuesday.
The two-day National Executive meeting began at NDMC Convention Centre in New Delhi yesterday, to deliberate upon future course of action on the upcoming assembly elections in 9 states.
BJP President J. P. Nadda inaugurated the meeting.
In his inaugural address on the first day of the meeting, Mr. Nadda called upon the Party leaders and workers to leave no stone unturned to ensure BJP’s victory in the upcoming assembly elections in nine States this year.
The Party President noted that the ongoing year is very important in the prelude to the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.
He also asked them to learn from Prime Minister Narendra Modi the way he worked in the recently held Gujarat Assembly polls.
Briefing the media about the first day of the meeting, senior party leader Ravi Shankar Prasad quoted Mr. Nadda said that the BJP’s victory in the Gujarat Assembly elections is historic and extraordinary.
“72 thousand booths were marked in 100 Lok Sabha constituencies across the country where BJP was weak, but the party had reached 1 lakh 30 thousand booths and spread the policies of the party” said Prasad.
During the meeting Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju also proposed a nine-point political resolution on the first day of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national executive meeting.
In the resolution, Rijiju highlighted several instances accusing the opposition parties of running a negative campaign against the party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Late evening addressing a press conference at NDMC Convention Centre here, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that various topics were discussed during the meeting today which included the discussion on the Opposition’s derogatory remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, G20, and Assembly elections.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP national president JP Nadda, Union Ministers including Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled States and other senior party leaders a participated at the key meeting.
BJP conducted the first national executive meeting after the recent assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh.