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Review of the party’s operations and the local environment before potential local body and panchayat elections

Srinagar, September 25: Union Home Minister Amit Shah led a high-level meeting of the Jammu and Kashmir BJP’s core group on Monday at his house in New Delhi to examine the political climate and party operations in advance of the local body elections in the Union Territory and the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.


According to sources, the conference, which was hastily scheduled since leaders from the BJP unit in J&K were summoned late yesterday night to travel to Delhi today, discussed a number of topics, including how the party is doing on the ground and the security situation.

JP Nadda, the national president of the BJP, Tarun Chugh, Kavinder Gupta, a former deputy chief minister of J&K, Ashok Koul, Nirmal Singh, Devendra Maniyal, Jugal Kishore Sharma, Bibdoh Gupta, Sunil Sharma, Sat Paul Sharma, and Shakti Pariha were all present at the meeting.

According to sources, the conference had extensive talks to evaluate the situation and functioning of the party locally, especially in light of the approaching local body and panchayat elections in J&K, which are anticipated to be held this year, as well as the national elections planned for the following year.

The meeting was originally scheduled to start at 11 a.m., but it was moved to 3 p.m. At his New Delhi home, Amit Shah presided over the meeting.

According to sources, local concerns that harm the BJP’s reputation in Jammu and Kashmir were also discussed during the meeting.

The meeting’s decision was made “keeping in view the forthcoming local body and panchayat polls that are scheduled to take place this year only in the Union Territory,” they said.

In J&K, local body and panchayat elections are scheduled for later this year, although the exact dates and times of the elections are still uncertain.

Dr. Jitendar Singh, a Union Minister and Member of Parliament from Udhampur, had earlier on Saturday said that the BJP was prepared for the assembly and local body elections in J&K but that the Election Commission will have to make the final decision.



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