Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and BJP’s coordination meeting will be held in Ahmedabad before the West Bengal elections. In this meeting to be held from January 5 to 7, BJP National President JP Nadda will be present along with many Union ministers.
In this three-day meeting, senior officials of other organizations of the Sangh Parivar will also be present in the coordination meeting. The functioning of the BJP government will be reviewed. Along with the central government, what matters are important in the BJP ruled states and how the work is going on there will also be discussed.
Assembly elections in West Bengal, Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry are scheduled this year. In this meeting of the Sangh-BJP, there will be a separate discussion on these five states and the issues there. What is the position of BJP in these states and what steps are being taken to create an atmosphere in favor of BJP will also be discussed. According to a Sangh official, the BJP will be given ground feedback at the coordination meeting.
At the same time, the organizations of the Union will also give their suggestions. BJP’s National Organization General Secretary BL Santosh will also be present in the meeting. Many Union ministers will also be present at the meeting.
These ministers will tell the representatives of the Sangh and different organizations of the Sangh about the functioning of the BJP government. Such a coordination meeting between the Sangh and the BJP takes place at various levels and is a national level meeting. Opposition parties have been raising questions about union ministers briefing the union.
But before the BJP and the Sangh, it has been said that ministers are present in such meetings as BJP members and volunteers. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is a volunteer of the Sangh. BJP National President Nadda is scheduled to visit West Bengal on January 9 after this meeting in Ahmedabad. On Friday, Nadda tweeted his health information and said that he is now corona negative and healthy.