BJP chief Nadda to hold a meeting with newly-appointed state in-charges on 19 Nov


This comes days in front of the BJP president’s visit through the country to reinforce the association with an intention to start planning for the overall decisions in 2024
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) boss and senior gathering pioneer Jagat Prakash Nadda is booked to hold a virtual gathering with all the recently delegated state in-charges of the gathering on 19 November.
This comes days in front of JP Nadda’s visit through the country to fortify the association with a means to start planning for 2024 general decisions, reports news organization ANI.
A couple of days back, the BJP president declared work assignment among the new party’s public office-conveyors with party VP Radha Mohan Singh selected responsible for the pivotal territory of Uttar Pradesh and gathering general secretary CT Ravi of Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and Goa.
The BJP boss had reported the names of office-carriers in September.
Gathering general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya will keep on being accountable for West Bengal where races are expected in the main portion of one year from now and the BJP is making a decided offer to come to control. He will be helped by Arvind Menon and Amit Malviya, who is top of BJP’s IT cell. Party VP Baijayant Panda will be responsible for Delhi and Assam.
Dushyant Kumar Gautam has been made responsible for Uttarakhand and Rekha Verma as a co-in charge. Gautam will likewise be responsible for Punjab and Chandigarh.
Tarun Chug has been given the duty regarding Jammu and Kashmir and replaces Ram Madhav. He will likewise be responsible for Ladakh and Telangana.
Bhupendra Yadav will keep on being accountable for Bihar other than Gujarat and gathering representative Sambit Patra has been given the obligation of Manipur. Gathering pioneer D Purandeswari will be responsible for Odisha and Chhattisgarh and Arun Singh of Rajasthan and Karnataka. P Muralidhar Rao will be responsible for Madhya Pradesh and will be helped by Pankaja Munde and Bishweswar Tudu. Dilip Saikia will be accountable for Arunachal Pradesh and Jharkhand. CP Radhakrishnan has been given the obligation of Kerala and Avinash Rai Khanna of Himachal Pradesh. Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan will keep on being accountable for Andhra Pradesh and will be helped by Sunil Deodhar.
Nalin Kohli has been given obligation of Nagaland, Vinod Sonkar of Tripura, Abdulla Kutty of Lakshadweep, Vijaya Rahatkar of Daman, Diu and Dadra Nagar Haveli, Mmhonlumo Kikon of Mizoram, M Chuba Ao of Meghalaya, Sukanta Majumdar of Sikkim and Satya Kumar of Andaman and Nicobar.
Radha Mohan Singh will be helped by Sunil Oza, Satya Kumar, and Sanjiv Chaurasia.

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