After some time the executive meeting will resume. All eyes are on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will give the winning formula in the coming elections in the concluding speech. An economic proposal will be brought in today's meeting and JP Nadda may be approved for re-appointment.
New Delhi: BJP has blown the bugle for the preparation of 2024 Lok Sabha elections and 9 assembly elections in 2023. Meanwhile, in the BJP's national executive meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been thanked for the Ram temple.
Along with this, he has been thanked for the development of the Mahakal temple and the Kartarpur corridor. At the same time, in the meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised Telangana BJP Chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar and said that leaders of all states should learn from him. Prime Minister Narendra Modi watched Bandi Sanjay's presentation for an hour.
Political resolution tabled on the first day
Yesterday, on the first day of the meeting, the political resolution was tabled. The Prime Minister's vision and his success at the global level were discussed. It was decided to win all the coming elections. In the meeting, special emphasis was laid on how the opposition is running a negative campaign against Prime Minister Modi.
How false allegations are levelled against him, but every lie on the Prime Minister gets exposed and even the biggest court of the country puts its stamp on his every work. Before the executive meeting, Modi did a small roadshow, in which flowers were showered on him.
At the BJP's national executive meeting, all eyes are on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will give the winning formula in the coming elections in his concluding speech. Significantly, the two-day meeting of the BJP National Executive began on Monday at the Convention Center of NDMC in Delhi.
Around 350 senior party leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and BJP President JP Nadda are included in this executive. These include 12 Chief Ministers and 5 Deputy Chief Ministers and 35 Union Ministers.