After a massive reshuffle in the Union Council of Ministers, now preparations have started for changes in the BJP organization as well. In this sequence, BJP state president JP Nadda held a meeting with the national secretaries of the party on Sunday. He reviewed the activities of the organization and the preparations for the assembly elections to be held in five states. Later, on the call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, everyone reached his residential office and apprised him of the situation. In the meeting with the secretaries, Nadda discussed the activities of the organization as well as the Kovid vaccination campaign.
However, during this meeting that lasted for about an hour, the five states where assembly elections are due next year were at the center of discussion. These include Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur are included. The BJP is in power in four states including Uttar Pradesh, while the Congress is in power in Punjab. It is believed that the party leadership wants to maintain balance by accommodating the leaders who have resigned from the Union Council of Ministers. A party leader said that even after the meeting of Nadda and party general secretaries last month, PM Modi had called everyone for a meeting.