Lucknow, April 30: Giving a boost to the party’s preparations for the upcoming civic polls in Uttar Pradesh, the working committee of Bharatiya Janta Party Uttar Pradesh will begin its meet in the state capital on Monday. Over the next two days, the meet is likely to discuss the issues of strengthening coordination between the saffron party and the government. Similarly, the effective implementation of the Goods and Services Tax and the Bhim app will be also on the top of the agenda.
The ambitious programmes of the National Democratic Alliance government have been widely promoted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Bhim app played a crucial in minimising the dissent of the people post declaration of demonetisation last year.
“Special sessions will be held on Goods and Services Tax (GST) and BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) app at the two-day meeting of the state working committee here. In addition to this the party will also discuss on different aspects of the Uttar Pradesh urban local bodies’ elections and accordingly frame its strategy. The 2019 Lok Sabha elections will also come up for discussion as well,” a senior UP BJP leader and member of the state working committee said.
He further added that revamping of the party organisation in the state and selection of the new UP BJP chief are other issues, which may be discussed upon.
“The two-day state working committee meeting will be held on May 1 and May 2 at the Scientific Convocation Centre. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will inaugurate the meeting at 4.00 pm tomorrow,” UP BJP spokesperson Rakesh Tripathi said.
BJP national president Amit Shah, CM Adityanath, UP BJP president Keshav Prasad Maurya and national office bearers belonging to Uttar Pradesh, state office bearers, permanent invitee members of the state among other office bearers will participate in the meet. A total of 500 delegates are likely to participate in this meet.
Apart from this, the meeting is likely to deliberate upon the achievements of the state government in the past 30 days and also the achievements of the Centre.
(With inputs from PTI)