New Delhi: Soon after the Gujarat election results are out, the BJP leadership will hold an organizational review of preparations for the various assembly elections to be held next year and the 2024 general elections. In this Mission 144 i.e. the feedback of the work done so far on the seats lost and weak ones last time and the activities of the organization in different states will also be included.
There is also a possibility of getting the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in this meeting to be held on 5 and 6 December. It is clear from this meeting that the party does not want to let the results come in the way of its review meeting before the results of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections and Delhi’s Municipal Corporation elections are out.
Whatever be the result, the emphasis will be on the next mission. In this meeting to be chaired by party president JP Nadda, the organization in-charge and co-in-charge of the states along with the central office-bearers and the state presidents and organization ministers are likely to participate.
Nadda can make some changes in his team: In view of the continuous elections in BJP, instead of holding new elections, there is a possibility of JP Nadda remaining in command of the party till the next Lok Sabha elections. In such a situation, Nadda can also make some changes in his team. In such a situation, the feedback received in the review meeting will be very important.
Along with this, everyone will keep an eye on the message and future instructions given here. According to sources, the Lok Sabha elections are now at the center of the BJP’s strategy.
Elections to nine assemblies are to be held next year. Except them, the organization of other states will now be brought into election mode. In the states having assembly elections, it will proceed in a different way, so that further preparations can be made along with the assembly elections.
The party may also review the mission 144 seats. The party has appointed various Union Ministers, MPs and other leaders on these seats. One round of visits to all the seats has been done and their reports have also come. These are the seats on which the BJP stood second and some weak seats are also included in it. In the next Lok Sabha elections, while retaining the existing seats, the BJP wants to achieve great success in these 144 as well.