Hyderabad: The BJP national secretary, Dr K Laxman, has said that the party’s national executive meeting will be held on June 4 and 5 at Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh. The meeting will focus mainly on mid-term elections and changes after the results of elections held in five States, he added.
Speaking to the media at State BJP office here on Sunday, Dr Laxman said that a national level office-bearers’ meeting will be held on June 2 followed by another meeting of all States’ BJP presidents’ and secretaries’ on June 3. He said that the meeting would discuss issues mainly of political developments, public problems, corruption and scams. He said that the BJP would take a decision as how to make the UPA government a culprit before the people. He said that the Party would discuss the possibility of mid-term polls in the country and prepare the party to face mid-term polls. Besides, the party would focus on creating Telangana State and the movement to achieve it.
Predicting drastic changes on the political front after May election results, he said that the party would convene a meeting of BJP Chief Ministers in New Delhi on May 9. He said that the meeting would discuss policies, developmental schemes, relations between the State governments and the party and the attitude of the Centre towards the BJP ruled States. He revealed that the BJP national president, Mr Nithin Gadkari, and senior leaders Mr L K Advani, Ms Sushma Swaraj, Mr Arun Jaitly, Mr Murali Manohar Joshi and others would participate. (NSS)