New Delhi: The National Working Committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is going to meet at the NDMC Convention Center in Delhi. The general meeting to be held before the upcoming elections is considered important. There is a discussion in the political circles that this meeting will brainstorm on the party’s strategy in the upcoming assembly elections. According to the information, the meeting will start from 9.30 am on 7th November and will continue till 4.30 pm. The BJP’s one-day national executive meeting will begin with a speech by party chief JP Nadda and end with Narendra Modi’s address in the afternoon.
About 300 BJP leaders will be present in the meeting, while state presidents, union ministers and members of the national executive of all states will collectively attend the party’s state office through video conferencing. Overall, the format of the meeting is going to be both online and offline. National office bearers, national executive members, union ministers will attend the meeting to be held at NDMC Convention Center in Delhi. Members of the National Executive of Delhi State will also attend the meeting.
The main agenda of the meeting is to discuss the election preparations. In the meeting, there will be a speech by the party president, after which there will be a brainstorming on the preparations for the upcoming assembly elections. Also, a resolution will be introduced which will cover a range of political issues, economic and foreign policy issues. Several urgent subjects will be covered in a single proposal.