The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is all set to hold a review meeting on Friday to check the progress of the on-going organisational poll preparations at the BJP headquarters in New Delhi. According to reports, the meeting will be chaired by Radha Mohan Singh who is also in charge of the organisational polls. Further reports stated that the meeting will be attended by the states' organisation election in-charges and co-in-charges. The elections will decide on a new party president. Currently, JP Nadda is the working President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
According to reports, the Bharatiya Janata Party said that the state units have been asked to submit the progress report pertaining to booth level elections. After the review of the reports, a nod will be given to the Mandal elections. According to a senior party leader, the majority of the booths have elected their new teams. However, only a few are left where elections are yet to be held.
The BJP organisational polls had started in September this year. The new Party president will be elected by early 2020, stated reports. According to a senior party leader, the district-level teams need to be elected to their respective offices by the mid-November and then by December, the national team is slated to be elected. The leader further stated that in order to ensure the party's national president gets elected within the scheduled time frame that is earmarked for the completion of the polls, it is important to ensure that the election to organisational units does not get delayed. The BJP organisational polls will be held in all states in the country barring Haryana, Maharashtra and Jharkhand. The Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly polls will be held on October 21 and will conclude on October 27.
(With ANI inputs)