On Saturday, the BJP held several key organizational meetings ahead of the first physical meeting of its new set of national set of officers, which will be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
BJP president JP Nadda presided over the meeting of the party’s national general secretaries and general secretaries (organizations) of the states.
Sources said the party leaders discussed the agenda of Sunday’s meeting, and also reviewed the organizational work of state units, including the election campaign in the election-based state.
BJP chief spokesperson Anil Baluni said in a statement that Modi would inaugurate the meeting and address it.
Sunday’s meeting, which will also be attended by the presidents of the state units, has taken on significance amid fierce protests against three new agriculture laws by a section of farmers in Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.
Krishak Union leaders are trying to spread their movement to other parts of the country while attacking the Modi government.
The BJP is gearing up for assembly elections in five states, including West Bengal, which the saffron company sees as its next big prize as it spreads across the country.
The national officer was appointed last year after taking over as NADDA party president, and no physical meeting has been held so far due to the Kovid-1p epidemic.