JP Nadda, the chief of the Bharatiya Janata Party, held a roadshow in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh on Friday. During a roadshow from the Dharamshala airport, Nadda was accompanied by Chief Minister Jairam Thakur, who has been overseeing the vote preparations. Hundreds of people came at the airport to greet him with flower petals.
During his visit, he will participate in a number of public and organisational events. This will be Nadda's third trip to Himachal Pradesh in less than a month.
In Kullu, Nadda will perform a roadshow and address a public rally at Dhalpur Maidan. On Friday night. He would also meet with the youth wing in Dharamsala the next day. Himachal Pradesh will hold its assembly elections later this year.
The 'Khalistan' flags were prominently displayed on the Assembly's main gate and walls. Earlier today, one of the suspects was apprehended.
Furthermore, Jairam Thakur met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital on Wednesday and urged him to visit the state to inaugurate a number of ongoing projects. "In Himachal Pradesh, elections are coming, and numerous parties are ramping up their campaigns. We shall run for office with all of our strength and win. When the BJP returns to power in Himachal for the second time, it will write history "he said.
After a landslide victory in Punjab, the AAP suffered a huge defeat when its state unit president Anup Kesari, general secretary organisation Satish Thakur, and Una district leader Iqbal Singh joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the national capital on Friday. Himachal Pradesh will hold Assembly elections later this year.