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BJP office-bearers meet to discuss upcoming assembly polls

Speaking at the meeting, BJP President JP Nadda lauded the work done by party workers during the Covid 19 pandemic, and said: "only those who can change with time, stay relevant in politics."

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New Delhi: A meeting of the office bearers of BJP was held at the party headquarters on Monday where the party leaders discussed the upcoming assembly elections in five states.

Speaking at the meeting, BJP President JP Nadda lauded the work done by party workers during the Covid 19 pandemic, and said: “only those who can change with time, stay relevant in politics.”

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“Change is constant and an ongoing process. And I always say, only those succeed in politics who stay relevant,” Nadda said in his address.
Nadda also said that the Opposition was creating roadblocks in the development work being undertaken by the BJP.

President of the youth wing of the party, Tejaswi Surya said in a tweet that Nadda, during the meeting, stressed on the importance of strengthening the party at the grassroots and empowering every party worker in all aspects.

Party leader Vijaya Rahatkar said organisational preparedness was discussed in the meet.

A party leader said the BJP looks towards retaining power in four of the five states going to polls – Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur, and is looking forward to making a dent in Punjab. Later, a separate meeting of the national general secretaries of the party was held.

Party general secretary (organisation) BL Santosh, national general secretary Arun Singh and Dushyant Gautam, who is also the incharge for Punjab and Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh incharge Radha Mohan Singh, Goa incharge CT Ravi were among those who attended the meeting.

A meeting of the national executive of the party is scheduled for November 7, while a meeting of the Kisan Morcha of the party is to be held October 30.

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