BJP President JP Nadda will visit Jammu and Kashmir today, will review the election preparations

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: In view of the Jammu and Kashmir assembly elections, BJP national president JP Nadda is going to visit the state on Saturday. In this regard, a meeting of party leaders and officials was held at the Trikuta Nagar BJP office in Jammu. Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh, state election in-charge G Krishna Reddy, Jammu and Kashmir state in-charge Tarun Chugh and Ravinder Raina along with many other leaders were present in the meeting.

JP Nadda will chair the meeting

JP Nadda will participate in the birth anniversary celebrations of Bharatiya Jana Sangh founder Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee on Saturday. After this, he will chair an organisational meeting to formulate a strategy for the assembly elections. In the BJP meeting, National General Secretary and Jammu and Kashmir in-charge Tarun Chugh said that the party is going to work under a mission for 365 days. Along with all the programmes of the organisation, we keep holding meetings to publicise the public welfare schemes of the central government. We keep going among the people with service projects.

He said that state working committees are being organized across the country. JP Nadda will participate in the working committee meeting on Saturday. During this, he will meet all the party leaders and workers. BJP is busy preparing for the assembly elections. We are going among the people with the public welfare schemes of the Modi government.

Let us tell you that in August 2019, the Modi government abolished Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and divided the state into two union territories. Political parties are demanding early assembly elections and restoration of statehood in Jammu and Kashmir. Earlier, the Supreme Court had asked the Election Commission of India and the Center to conduct elections by September. As per the deadline set by the Supreme Court, assembly elections are likely to be held in Jammu and Kashmir in September this year.

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