Chhattisgarh Assembly Polls: Amit Shah Holds Strategy Meeting' with BJP Leaders

Raipur: Union home minister Amit Shah commenced a two-day 'strategy meeting' with senior BJP leaders of Chhattisgarh in preparation for the year-end Assembly elections in the state. Shah, accompanied by Union health minister Mansukh L. Mandaviya, arrived in Raipur and immediately proceeded to the state BJP headquarters.

The closed-door meeting involved select party leaders, including election in-charge O.M. Mathur, Dr Raman Singh, Arun Sao, Narayan Chandel, and other MLAs and MPs. The agenda of the meeting includes formulating the party's strategy, identifying key issues to highlight during the campaign, and finalising the election manifesto.

Shah is scheduled to leave for Delhi at around 11 am on Thursday.

Talking to reporters, Dr Singh said that the meeting would discuss strategy for the year-end Assembly polls in the state.

The party aims to aggressively showcase alleged corruption in the Bhupesh Baghel government, as revealed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), to challenge the ruling Congress.

Local leaders are expected to give tips on the issues in their locality to be highlighted during the party’s campaign in their respective Assembly constituencies.

Additionally, Mandaviya is scheduled to lay the foundation stone for the critical care unit block of AIIMS Raipur and interact with students during the visit.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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