New Delhi: BJP's National Council meeting is going to be held in March. It is expected that more than 10,000 party leaders and workers will participate in the meeting to be held in Delhi. At the same time, it is also being said that no decision has been made regarding the date and venue of the meeting, but it is expected that it will be held at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium. Last year the meeting was organized at Ramlila Maidan.
According to the information received, the meeting of the National Council of the party is held once a year. At the same time, senior party leaders say that the approval of JP Nadda's election as national president will be approved in the meeting. With this, Nadda can also finalize his executive. Where a leader of the party says that this meeting will be held before Holi, another says that it can be organized on 20 March 2020. Last year, the National Council of Batka was held on 11-12 January. This year, the council meeting has not been held yet due to Delhi Assembly elections.
BJP's brainstorm on Bengal started: It is also being said that even though the assembly elections in West Bengal are in the middle of 2021, the BJP has already started preparing for it. After the BJP's defeat in the Delhi Assembly elections, the election managers of its Bengal unit are divided on the strategy of the assembly elections to be held in the state next year. At the same time, this division is because the party's aggressive strategy on CAA and the proposed National Civil Registration (NRC) should be carried forward or some middle path should be worked out.