BJP Working President JP Nadda to visit three poll-bound states; holds meeting with Office bearers

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) newly appointed Working President JP Nadda chaired its first meeting after assuming the charge on Monday. The meeting was attended by top leaders of the party, office bearers, general secretaries including Ram Madhav and Ram Lal.

Party’s working President JP Nadda discussed the issues related to upcoming assembly polls in three states namely, Maharashtra, Haryana, and Jharkhand. It was decided in the meeting the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) working President JP Nadda would be visiting all three poll-bound states to assess and review the ground realities.

It is expected that JP Nadda will hold meetings with State Units in those three states and formulate a strategy for the assembly polls slated for October-November later this year.

Jagat Prakash Nadda, in the meeting also discussed the issues related including the boosting of the membership drive and to strengthen the party’s organizational on grounds.

READ: BJP Parliamentary Board picks JP Nadda for Working President Post; Amit Shah to continue as party Chief

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Parliamentary Board on Monday picked JP Nadda for the post of the party’s working President. Nadda will be assisting BJP Chief Amit Shah who is now been inducted in the Union Cabinet as Union Home Minister.

He appointment for a big post in the saffron party was on cards ever since he was kept away from the Council of Ministers. Nadda was also among the frontrunners in 2014 when Rajnath Singh resigned after joining the Union Cabinet. However, Shah took over as party president in the year 2014.

‘I am confident that under the leadership of Shri @AmitShah and Shri @JPNadda, and powered by the hard work of our Karyakartas, the BJP will continue winning people’s trust and serving our society. We remain committed to building a strong, developed and inclusive India’, tweeted PM Narendra Modi on Monday after JP Nadda appointed as BJP Working President.

Earlier on Tuesday, BJP Working President JP Nadda being felicitated by party leaders including Amit Shah, Yogi Adityanath, Ram Madhav, Smriti Irani at the party Headquarters in the national capital.



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