The Bharatiya Janata Party national president JP Nadda’s four-day Uttarakhand tour will begin today. On his first day in the state, Nadda will interact with members of the religious fraternity in Haridwar while during the remaining three days, he will participate in a total of 14 organisational meetings and programmes in Dehradun.
The BJP state president Banshidhar Bhagat said that the party’s national president’s tour of Uttarakhand will be historic. He said, “The BJP national president is starting his 120-day nation-wide tour from Uttarakhand where he will stay from December 4 to 7. On the first day of his tour he will participate in the Ganga Arti in Haridwar and meet members of the religious fraternity. From December 5 to 7 he will attend various organisational meetings and programmes in Dehradun. He will hold meetings with the cabinet and core committee and will also attend meetings with booth committee and zonal committee.”
Bhagat further informed that on Friday, Nadda will reach Haridwar by helicopter at 4 PM. There he will attend worship at Ganga Arti at Har Ki Paidi. After that he will visit Shantikunj, Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad and Niranjani Akhada to interact with members of the religious fraternity. The BJP State president said that what is noteworthy in this tour of the party’s national president is that while he will meet the cabinet and core committee, he will also meet with committees of the party’s two primary units- booth and zone. He said that this will be the first time in history of the nation and any political party when a party’s national president will sit along with the State, district, zone and booth committees’ heads and hold a meeting with booth level office bearers. Bhagat further said that along with welcoming the party’s national president, the participation of party workers and the public will be ascertained while observing necessary Covid guidelines. “It is a matter of pride for us that our national president is starting his national tour from Uttarakhand and that he will participate in the Ganga Arti and meet members of the religious fraternity on his first day here,” added Bhagat.
Friday, 04 December 2020 | PNS | Dehradun