The meeting is being held in two batches to ensure compliance to Covid-19 protocol, said a person privy to the details
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda will chair a meeting of the party’s lawmakers from election-bound Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday and Thursday, said people aware of the matter.
The meeting is being held in two batches to ensure compliance to Covid-19 protocol, said a person privy to the details.
“The meeting will be an occasion for the MPs to exchange views, for the party boss to hear our concerns and suggestions and will discuss issues related to the upcoming elections in the state,” said an MP, requesting anonymity.
There is no clarity yet on whether Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath will also attend the meeting.
This is not the first such meeting. During the Parliament session, MPs of a particular state are hosted for a meeting over dinner with the party chief and on some occasions, the chief minister of that particular state is also present, said the person quoted above.