The action plan to counter Arvind Kejriwal government in forthcoming Assembly polls will be discussed in the executive meet.
New Delhi: The Delhi BJP has called its two-day executive meeting later this week to chalk out its strategy for the next year’s Delhi Assembly elections. The meeting, scheduled on June 28 and June 29, will also discuss the ways to select the best candidates for these polls. Ahead of Delhi BJP’s executive meet, party’s national general secretary (organisation) Ramlal will meet state leaders on Tuesday to discuss several issues related to the organization and likely to spell out criteria for the recommendation for five probable candidates from each assembly constituency in the city.
A party insider said that Mr Ramlal will hold a marathon meeting tomorrow from 12 noon in which he will discuss to be launched membership drive, social media or online strategy and five possible probable from each assembly constituency.
Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary, Ravinder Gupta told this newspaper that action plan to counter Arvind Kejriwal government in forthcoming Assembly polls will be discussed in the executive meeting. “Mr Kejriwal government in the last four and half years failed to perform. The BJP will reach out Delhiites with CM’s failure and betrayal. Plans for reach out electorate will be discussed in two days executive meet,” Mr Gupta added.
Two days Delhi BJP state executive meeting will start with a meeting of state office bearers on June 28 and end with daylong meeting executive on June 29 at Dr Ambedkar International Centre.
The scheduled meeting will be the first of Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party after the announcement of Lok Sabha polls, which the party won with historic margin. A senior party leader or a Union minister will also guide the state unit during two days of the executive meet.
Upcoming membership, which will be launched on July 6, also discussed to enrol 10 lakh, new members. “After state executive meets, Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party workers will hit the ground to dislodge Mr Kejriwal’s government,” said a party leader.