On Friday, Union Interior Minister Amit Shah set a 150-seat target for Karnataka BJP leaders for the state’s 2023 parliamentary elections, with the ruling party aiming for a consecutive term. Shah attended the State BJP’s core committee meeting tonight, which also discussed the introduction of leaders from other political parties ahead of the election and the strengthening of the organization.
The core committee discussed preparations for the next election and organizational work. He has given us guidance to implement the action plan that aims for the BJP to win 150 seats (in the congregation with 225 members) in the next election. He has given us guidance on the preparations for the next election, “said State BJP President Nalin Kumar Kateel. Speaking to reporters after the meeting here, he said that discussions also took place regarding the organization, expansion and formation of priority committees, including .
“There has been no discussion about early elections in the state, investigations will take place in time next year,” he said, adding in response to a question that people from other parties joining the BJP are a “continuous process. “, and that discussions happened on it. There has been speculation for some time now about the possibility of early elections in the state.
Interestingly, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, who was also in the city today, also set a target of 150 seats for his party’s state unit, in an attempt to bring it back to power. To rule out changes in leadership (prime minister) or discussions on the issue at the core committee meeting, Kateel said, regarding the long-awaited government declaration, it is handed over to CM Basavaraj Bommai, who after consultation with the national leadership will make a decision on the issue.
When asked about the hijab, the denial of permits for non-Hindu traders around temples and halal issues were discussed, he only said that deliberations were taking place on the current political developments. In addition to Shah and Kateel, Bommai, former Prime Ministers BS Yediyurappa and Jagadish Shettar, Union Minister Pralhad Joshi, BJP National Secretary-General Arun Singh and CT Ravi, KS Ministers KS Eshwarappa, Sriramulu, CN Ashwath Narayan attended the Core Committee meeting. Karjol and more.
Ravi said that Shah made an inventory of the current political developments in the state, “last time (the 2018 election) we got 104 seats, now it is 120 (after votes), we have to pass 150 (in the next election), so he (Shah ) has given us some guidance in doing so, and therefore we will prepare a roadmap to win the election. ” He said the party will bring in people from outside who have political strength and intent to serve society, where necessary. “People from other parties are keen to join the BJP, the state president will form a team to investigate this, who will enter, and will make a decision “, he added.
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