Karnataka BJP To Hold Executive Meeting Tomorrow To Discuss Upcoming Polls

The BJP's Davangere executive meet is crucial as there is a plan to further strengthen the party from booth to state-level and take important decisions in this regard, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said.

Karnataka BJP To Hold Executive Meeting Tomorrow To Discuss Upcoming Polls

The BJP meet would be Basavaraj Bommai's first one after taking over as Karnataka Chief Minister. (File)

Davangere:

The Karnataka Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) State executive meeting on Sunday in Davangere would discuss and take crucial decisions on further strengthening the party from the grassroots-level, strategy for upcoming elections and plan of action on several current issues, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said today.

"Tomorrow, we have our State executive meeting in which we will be discussing a host of issues, including strengthening the party in the days to come and plan a strategy for facing the upcoming elections (taluk, zilla panchayat, legislative council and Assembly bypolls)," Mr Bommai said.

He said the Davangere executive meet is crucial as there is a plan to further strengthen the party from booth to state-level and take important decisions in this regard.

"Several current issues will also be discussed at the meeting to draw up a plan of action," he said.

The state executive meeting would be Mr Bommai's first one after taking over as the Chief Minister.

Several other senior party leaders, including national general secretary and State in-charge Arun Singh, State party president Nalin Kumar Kateel and former Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa would also be attending the meet on Sunday and the core committee meeting later tonight.

Mr Yediyurappa, who has planned a State-wide tour aimed at strengthening the party for the 2023 Assembly polls and to bring it back to power, said he has already travelled to Mysuru and the surrounding areas and would travel to other places after the ongoing legislature session.

The legislature session that began on September 13 ends on September 24.

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