Last Updated: January 16, 2023, 13:29 IST
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president J P Nadda sought report of Lok Sabha Pravas from each state during the office-bearers’ meet in the party’s headquarters on Monday.
Sources said that some of the southern states including Telangana, Andhra and Kerala did well.
Nadda also sought report on organisational activities like on Pariksha Pe Charcha, G20 related activities and Mann ki Baat from each state.
Sources present in the meeting said that during the second session, Nadda asked the leaders to get ready for Lok Sabha polls.
“We spoke on Lok Sabha Pravas and Pariksha Pe Charcha in the first session as Nadda ji sought detailed report,” stated the source.
During the second session, the party president asked the leaders to give a detailed report on vibrant border villages program.
Apart from this, there were reports on financial health of the organisation and data management vis-a-vis assembly and Lok Sabha polls.
The sources also stated that by the end of the session, there will be deliberations on the national executive meet and also on the resolutions that are to be taken up during the two-day meeting.
The office-bearers’ meet comes ahead of the National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting. The meeting is being attended by state party presidents and general secretaries (organisation). The NEC will begin in the evening at NDMC Convention centre. Before that, the party has planned a road show for PM Narendra Modi.
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