Uri attack to be discussed at BJP meet
Before the three-day National Council meeting of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Kerala, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the party’s core group including few of Union ministers on Wednesday evening at his residence in the national capital. Sources <g data-gr-id="27">said,</g> the party councils are going to raise the issue of deadliest attack in the valley of North Kashmir’s Uri sector.
Even during the National Council meeting in Kozhikode, the party is also going to raise the recent tussles between Left and RSS. At least 3,000 delegates, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his ministers and BJP President Amit Shah, are set to attend the meet. It will conclude on September 25, the day Deendayal Upadhyaya was born, who was elected president of the Jan Sangh, the BJP’s predecessor, in 1967 at a party conclave in Kozhikode.
Ahead of Assembly polls in five crucial states, including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Gujarat, BJP is also like to re-devise the poll strategies. Prime Minister Modi will arrive in the city on September 24 and will address a rally at <g data-gr-id="21">Kozikokde</g>.
Adding further, in Kerala for the first time Bhartiya Janata Party could manage 7-15% vote share in the earlier Congress and <g data-gr-id="22">noe</g> <g data-gr-id="23">Left ruled</g> state Kerala.
So the party executives of the costal state wing also believe that the meeting will boost up their work and strengthen the party’s unit in the state.
BJP veterans, including Lal Krishna Advani, <g data-gr-id="19">Murlimanohar</g> Joshi are also likely to join the session.
Three-day long BJP national council meet to start on September 23. PM Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah are likely to drop in