Central leader's Uttarakhand tour to begin from Nov 11
Central leader's Uttarakhand tour to begin from Nov 11

Dehradun: BJP central leaders will begin their tour from November 11 to heat up Uttarakhand's electoral politics. Party National President JP Nadda will visit Uttarakhand on a two-day visit on November 15. He can migrate to Almora and Rudrapur in Kumaon Division. The stay and public meetings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah are also almost scheduled this month, which the party will announce soon.

The same meeting with state general ministers chaired by BJP state president Madan Kaushik brainstormed on the migration ceremonies of central leaders. The meeting, which lasted till late in the evening, scheduled functions from November 11 to November 30. It was decided that from November 11, the party's state organisations will enter the field in charge, co-in-charge, election in-charge, co-election in-charge. He will visit different districts of the State. The points of Union Home Minister Shah's meeting in Delhi were considered and the migration schedules of Union Ministers and leaders were scheduled.

According to Kaushik, the party will hold second phase celebrations in all 252 Mandals and 70 assembly constituencies. There will be conferences of fronts. BJP state president Madan Kaushik will launch the party's Mahasampark Abhiyan on Wednesday. Through a press at the party office, he will brief the entire state on the Mahasampark Abhiyan.

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