|Early Times Report |
JAMMU, Apr 21: The BJP president Amit Shah is not visiting the state to address the issues concerning the PDP-BJP alliance. He is coming as part of the programme started by him to dedicate 15-day per six months to work exclusively for the party workers.
According to the party sources the BJP president has started this programme and the J&K will be the first state where he will give start to his programme.
"BJP president has chalked out a programme to strengthen the party by reaching out to the party workers. He is leading by an example so it's part of that programme. There are not much political connotations to it though all the issues will be discussed," said a senior BJP leader.
He will participate in booth committee meetings, and hold meeting with different sections of society. The BJP president will also attend the meetings assigned by the local party units.
decision to start his programme from the J&K is significant, though. It will not only send the message that the BJP is quite serious about the state especially towards Jammu," said the senior party leaders.
Chamchas stay away?
BJP president has chalked out a programme to strengthen the party by reaching out to the party workers. He is leading by an example so it's part of that programme. There are not much political connotations to it though all the issues will be discussed.
Sources said that the BJP president will not give specific timing to the party ministers but will hold meeting with them attended by the party workers.
"The interaction with the ministers attended by the ordinary workers will be bit unsettling for the ministers. But it is what the exercise is all about. It will also give a realistic assessment to the party president how the ministers are fairing up and this would be very important," said the BJP leader.
Sources said that during his two day stay he is likely to stay in the party office and will start working early on.
"BJP ministers may try to lobby with him to keep their posts but he won't be entertaining such requests," said the leader.