Agartala: A week after the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP national president J P Nadda is scheduled to pay a two-day Tripura visit from January 10 next to review the organisational issues, rejuvenate the party rank and file for next year’s assembly elections.
Taking part in the protest rally against the security breach of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Punjab on Thursday, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb indicated that poll preparation has already begun in Tripura well ahead of the schedule.
Besides, Nadda, Amit Saha has been invited to attend the statehood day celebration on January 21 next.
According to the report, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagavat has also scheduled to visit the state for four days from January 23 next and he will likely hold meetings with the leaders of BJP, Viswa Hindu Parishad and other frontal organisations over organisational matters.
Chief Minister said that a letter requesting the Home Minister Amit Shah to attend the public meeting on January 21 was sent from his office and he is hopeful that the latter would accept his invitation to attend the same.
The BJP national president’s visit was scheduled for the first week of January, but due to the Prime Minister’s visit on January 4, the program schedule was deferred by a week. Party sources said that the BJP chief will also hold close door meetings with the ministers, leaders, MLAs, MPs, presidents of different organisations and office-bearers during his stay to take stock of the present political situation.