A two-day executive committee meeting of the Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) unit began on Friday. The saffron party with the party is looking to gear up its cadre for the assembly elections due early next year. The meeting is called to discuss the strategy for upcoming Delhi Assembly Polls slated for next year.
Speaking in the meeting, Delhi BJP President and MP Manoj Tiwari slammed Delhi ruling Aam Aadmi Party of “misusing” public money for political gains. Asserting that BJP will come back to power in Delhi, Tiwari called party workers upon party workers to remove the government in the assembly election.
Bharatiya Janata Party MP from North Delhi further said out of all the total 13,816 polling booths spread over seven Lok Sabha seats, the BJP won in 12,064 booths in the recent parliamentary polls.
Speaking in the meeting, BJP general secretary (organization) Siddharthan urged party workers to ensure that the saffron party dislodged the current government in the national capital. He also urged workers to strengthen the party’s position in the booths where it has a relatively weak presence.
While the Delhi BJP vice president Abhay Verma presented a political resolution at the meeting. The resolution will be taken up for discussion on the second day of the meeting on Saturday.
BJP working president JP Nadda will address the second day of the working meeting.
Delhi: BJP Working President JP Nadda, former Union Minister Vijay Goel & Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari at the inaugural session of the State Working Committee. pic.twitter.com/4Q9Fn4Q7TY
— ANI (@ANI) June 29, 2019
While many party functionaries were missing from the working committee. Sources claimed Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari expressed his displeasure over the absence of those leaders and called for action against them.
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