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New Delhi, Nov 7 : The BJP’s national executive meeting started here on Sunday morning with focus on the upcoming assembly elections in five states, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address the party functionaries.
The meeting, chaired by BJP’s national president JP Nadda, is being held in a ‘hybrid mode’, with some leaders attending the meeting virtually, while others will be physically present.
Chief Ministers and BJP state presidents will participate in the meeting virtually through two-way communication from their respective state offices.
Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah and Nitin Gadkari will be present at the meeting, which will conclude with the address of the Prime Minister.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Phadnavis are also attending the meeting in Delhi.
An exhibition has also been organised outside the meeting venue, where a colourful display was put out to welcome the leaders.
Deliberations are to be held on upcoming Assembly elections in five states – UP, Uttarakhand, Manipur, Goa and Punjab.
The meeting comes in the backdrop of the announcement of results of the by-elections to 29 seats across 13 states, in which the BJP’s performance was ‘mixed’.
Nadda will give the inaugural address to the meeting, and the party will also pass a condolence message for Covid victims. A political resolution and resolutions on other issues will also be passed.