Lucknow, Dec 3 : BJP president J.P.Nadda will be visiting Uttar Pradesh from December 25-28 and hold talks with party leaders on strengthening the party’s organizational structure in the run up to the Panchayat elections next year and the Assembly elections in 2022.
Nadda will be in Lucknow on December 25 and 26 while his itinerary for the next two days is yet to be decided.
BJP national vice-president and state in-charge Radha Mohan Singh, gave this information and said that the party plans to organize workshops in all the 18 divisions of the state to strengthen its organizational structure.The workshops are proposed to be held by December 20
Singh was in Lucknow on Wednesday to preside over the party’s organizational meetings.He was accompanied by his deputies, Sunil Ojha, Satya Kumar and Sanjeev Chourasia.
“The party in UP is working to its fullest potential which is good to see and my role as UP in-charge is that of an associate to help the state unit headed by Swatantra Dev Singh,” he said.
Singh said that unlike other parties, the BJP works continuously among the voters and aspires to take public welfare schemes to the grassroots level.“The results were visible in the recent UP bye-elections and would show up again in the results of the graduate and teachers constituency elections,” he said.
Singh said that people will continue to support Prime Minister Narendra Modi