The results of the by-elections held recently in some states have increased the restlessness of the BJP. Taking a lesson from this setback, the BJP’s national executive will gather in one roof on Sunday. Many leaders including PM Modi, National President JP Nadda will be present in this meeting. This will be the first time in the Corona epidemic, when everyone has been asked to be present in the meeting of the National Executive. A party leader said that discussions will be held on the upcoming assembly elections on Sunday. Along with this, the cases of West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan can also be considered afresh.
The BJP’s national executive is going to hold a meeting on November 7. The main issue in this meeting is the upcoming assembly elections. When asked about the meeting, a BJP leader said all important issues would be discussed. He said that the party can praise the central government for the way it has dealt with the Kovid-19 epidemic, including the vaccination campaign, and will appreciate Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the development initiatives and successful foreign travels.
The BJP’s national executive meeting is also likely to discuss the return of economic activities with record GST collections last month after a fall due to the pandemic. This meeting is being held for the first time since the outbreak of the corona virus epidemic last year, in which everyone’s presence is assumed.
It is believed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the concluding speech in the meeting of the National Executive. He will spell victory in the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur next year. The one-day National Executive meeting will start with the speech of National President JP Nadda. The BJP, in a letter to all its state units, has said that national functionaries, Union ministers and leaders from Delhi who are members of the national executive will attend the meeting on November 7 at the NDMC Convention Center.
The BJP’s top leadership is unhappy with the dismal performance on the results of the by-elections held in 29 assembly seats and 3 Lok Sabha seats in 13 states recently. The BJP is in power in Himachal Pradesh, so Congress’s victory in one seat in the Lok Sabha elections and three in the assembly elections has raised concerns for the BJP. The BJP performed brilliantly in the by-polls in Assam, winning all five seats, including allies. In Madhya Pradesh, the BJP won one Lok Sabha seat and two assembly seats.
The BJP leadership, which gives importance to the smallest mandate, can also review matters related to West Bengal, where the party’s graph is falling after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. At the same time, the performance of the Congress in the recent by-elections in Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan has been impressive.
A party leader said inflation could be one of the reasons behind the result in the bypolls. He also said that the Modi government reduced the prices of petrol and diesel while reforming and after that the BJP ruled states did the work of providing relief to the people by cutting the value-added tax on fuel.