Prime Minister Narendra Modi can visit Uttarakhand at the beginning of March, in a sense to encourage and motivate the BJP leaders preparing for the Lok Sabha elections. The BJP’s state president Ajay Bhatt, who returned to Dehradun after participating in the BJP’s national executive meeting in Delhi, indicated this. Prior to this, on February 2, BJP National President Amit Shah Dehradun will be coming and address Trishakti Sammelan here.
Not only that, the programs of other national leaders of the party are being decided in the state too. In the coming Lok Sabha elections, the BJP does not want to give up its core in order to reinstate the five seats in the state.
In the last election, the party won five seats. The party has focused on keeping them alive. In view of the elections, the party has already decided programs till March. At the same time, the emphasis is on exercising the national leaders’ program in the state to create an electoral atmosphere and to woo the party workers.
The BJP’s national president, Amit Shah, has successfully succeeded in taking programs in Dehradun on February 2. He will address Trishakti Conference on February 2 in Doon. Meanwhile, for the Uttarakhand tour of the Prime Minister, the party’s provincial leadership started efforts and recently made an application for it.
It was then expected that Modi could come to Uttarakhand before Shah, but now his visit may be in March. After returning from the national work committee in Delhi, state president Ajay Bhatt told in an informal conversation with reporters during a program in Dehradun that the Prime Minister can come here in March after the visit of the national president.
State President Bhatt said that the program has been set in view of the flag hoisting of the BJP in Uttarakhand. All the workers have gathered in them. He said that during this time the strategy for answering the unrestrained rhetoric of the opposition has also been decided.