Union Home Minister Amit Shah will chair a Rajasthan BJP working committee meeting here on December 5, party state unit president Satish Poonia said on Thursday.
He said there will be a detailed discussion about taking the welfare schemes of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led central government to villages and hamlets of the state.
With the guidance of Shah, the morale of the workers will increase and the mission will prove to be a milestone for the victory in the 2023 assembly elections, Poonia said.
He said the two-day state working committee meeting of the party will be held in Jaipur on December 4 and 5. The Union home minister will address a special session on December 5 and after that he will address a conference of about 10,000 public representatives, Poonia added.
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He said on December 4, party’s organisational review, upcoming action plan, issues of complete farmer loan waiver, electricity, health, education, unemployment, law and order will be discussed to form a strategy and a mission for the Rajasthan BJP.
There will also be a detailed discussion on the 2023 assembly elections, he said.
Poonia said in the coming days, there will be “big agitations” against the “anti-people” policies of the Congress government in the state.