Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah will be in Karnataka on Thursday where he will convene a meeting with the heads of BJP’s 'Shakti Kendras' from Chikkaballapur, Kolar and nearby constituencies. During this visit, he will also hold a meeting of BJP’s in-charges of all the 28 constituencies in the state, and other leaders.
This is the second visit of Amit Shah to Karnataka within a span of 15 days as the dates for Lok Sabha election is expected to be announced. He had addressed Booth level workers at Ballari and Raichur recently.
According to the reports, Amit Shah will be in Jammu this Sunday to address a convention of the party's booth-level workers ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, a party spokesperson said. All arrangements for the 'Panna Pramukh Sammelan' have been finalised at a meeting chaired by the general secretary (organisation) Ashok Kaul at the party headquarters here, the spokesperson said.
He said Kaul discussed the details of the event, being addressed by Shah here on February 24, with the party leaders allotted with the responsibility to oversee various arrangements. Kaul said the gathering would also pay homage to the paramilitary personnel who lost their lives in the February 14 terror attack in Pulwama.
"Shah will be specifically talking to the 'Panna Pramukhs' (booth-level workers) about party programmes and the upcoming general elections. "All other party leaders also need to be ready to take the opportunity to learn important skills from the vast organisational expertise of the national president," Kaul said while addressing the meeting.