Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh and six other states next year and current affairs will top the agenda of the BJP national executive meeting to be held on November 7. Party leaders gave this information on Friday. This will be the first meeting of the BJP’s national executive after JP Nadda took over as the party president.

In a letter sent to all its state units, BJP has said that in view of the Covid-19 protocol, all state presidents, state general secretary (organisation) and members of the national executive of that respective state will be meeting digitally from their respective state party offices. will participate in.’ National office bearers, union ministers and leaders from Delhi who are members of the national executive will attend the meeting on November 7 at the NDMC convention center here.

It said that “the agenda includes discussions on the upcoming assembly elections and other topical issues”. Assembly elections of seven states are proposed in 2022. Elections in five states – Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur – will be held early next year, while elections in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat will be held at the end of the year.

Except Punjab, BJP is in power in all these states. The one-day National Executive meeting will begin with the Presidential speech of Nadda and will end with the concluding speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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