Amit Shah called meeting with Haryana, Jharkhand and Maharashtra leaders in view of assembly polls
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New Delhi, (9/6/2019): After registering a massive victory in the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections, Union Home Minister and BJP president Amit Shah today called on a meeting of core groups of Haryana, Maharashtra and Jharkhand to strategise for the assembly polls scheduled to take place in the said states later this year.
The meeting takes place at the BJP head office in the national capital.
Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar, National General Secretary Ramlal along with other BJP leaders are present in the meeting.
The BJP president and Union Home Minister also sought a report on Bengal violence that killed 4 party workers amid clashes with TMC.
“Union Home Minister has asked for a report from the state government and I am sure Centre will take this up seriously. There is a lot of anger among the people over the incident,” said Kailash Vijayvargiya, BJP National General Secretary said.
Violence among BJP-TMC has intensified post-Lok Sabha election 2019 results following BJP’s impressive performance in the state.
The party will also launch a nationwide membership drive, which will be followed by election of its heads in states and Union Territories, before it elects its new national president, the sources said.
This will be followed by reconstitution of organisation from booth-level onwards in states, they said.
New members of state councils will elect their respective state chiefs and then members of the national council will elect a new president.