To take care of a lot in the party, Amit Shah arrives in city
The Jan Sahyog Kendra at the UP BJP office headquarter here, held to hear public grievances, will remain closed on all three days of Shah's stay and people are advised that they should not turn up at the on these three days. "The kendra
Lucknow: Bharatiya Janata party President Amit Shah was received by Uttar Pradesh Women Welfare minister Swati Singh on his arrival at the city on Saturday.
The BJP chief is on a three-day visit to Lucknow during which he will hold several meetings with various party units and workers.
A lot on Shah's platter:
- "On July 29, the party president will interact with party office bearers from Awadh, Kashi, Gorakhpur and Kanpur regions. He will also interact with various district presidents and district in-charges," UP BJP spokesperson said.
- Apart from drawing strategy for the 2019 polls, another important task for Shah is also to look for a new state president of the party to relieve Maurya as he is holding another important post, that of the deputy CM, now.
- He would also work out the strategies to retain the two Lok Sabha seats where by-election has to be held, but also ensure a safe passage for CM Aditya Nath Yogi and his four ministers to the state assembly or council before the mandatory six-month deadline gets over.
- He will also address a meeting of intellectuals at Scientific Convention centre on Sunday.
The security arrangements were tightened at city's Amausi airport in view of Shah's arrival. Apart from the local police, Central reserve Police Force (CRPF) has also been deployed to the airport.
The Jan Sahyog Kendra at the UP BJP office headquarter here, held to hear public grievances, will remain closed on all three days of Shah's stay and people are advised that they should not turn up at the on these three days. "The kendra will commence functioning as usual from August 1," UP BJP media in-charge Harish Chandra Srivastava said.
It is to mentioned that Amit Shah, on Friday last, had filed his nomination for the Rajya Sabha election, along with BJP leader Smriti Irani, from Gujarat.