BJP's working president J P Nadda on Friday chaired a high-level meeting of the party's national secretaries and joint general secretaries (organisation) to finalise a strategy for upcoming assembly elections in three states. Presentations on the BJP's preparedness and campaigning for the assembly polls in Haryana, Jharkhand and Maharashtra were made during the meeting and discussions were held on the agenda and issues on which party would contest the elections, sources said.
The BJP's entire strategy for the assembly elections is likely to revolve around the abrogation of special status of Jammu and Kashmir and the opposition to it by the Congress and other rival parties, they said. The meeting assumes significance as poll dates are expected to be announced early next week. The party's agenda was finalised in the meeting, they said.
General secretaries, who are in-charge of different states such as Anil Jain is for Haryana and Saroj Pandey for Maharashtra, also shared details about preparedness of their respective state units for the assembly polls.
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