The two-day Joint National Working Committee of the fronts of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will start from Saturday at Gyan Bhawan in the capital Patna. In this, about 750 national and state officials of BJP's seven fronts, youth, women, farmers, backward, most backward, scheduled castes and minorities, who are coming from all over the country and migrating in different assembly constituencies of Bihar for the last 48-72 hours, will participate.
Nadda will also do a road show in Patna
BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda will duly inaugurate the working committee at 4 pm. However, before the arrival of the National President at 11 in the morning, he will have a grand welcome at the airport. Nadda will also do a road show in Patna. During his two-day stay in Bihar, Shri Nadda will participate in many public and organizational meetings and guide the party office bearers. In order to reach Maurya Hotel from the airport, he will be greeted at many places.
Will garland the statue of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar
On reaching Patna, Nadda will first pay homage to Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar by garlanding him on Bailey Road. After this, his convoy will reach JP Golambar with a roadshow and motorcycle procession. In the program on Saturday, the National President of BJP will first inaugurate the Village Parliament organized at Hotel Maurya at 01.45 pm. Many ministers of the central and Bihar government are also participating in this. After this, after inaugurating the exhibition at Gyan Bhawan at 3.30 pm, he will inaugurate and address the National Working Committee of all fronts of BJP in Gyan Bhawan itself at 4 pm.
Will communicate with all BJP ministers
The National President will interact with all the BJP ministers in the Bihar government at Hotel Maurya at 8.30 pm and will hold a meeting with all the BJP state office bearers at Hotel Maurya right after that. Before the meeting of the National Working Committee, many front officials returned from the migration program late on Friday evening. State office-bearers including party's state president Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal, co-in-charge Harish Dwivedi and organization general minister Bhikhubhai Dalsania took stock of the preparations for the program at Gyan Bhawan.