Dehradun: Preparation of BJP before the election results, veteran leaders of BJP reached to state capital
New Delhi/Dehradun: The BJP, which is contesting the assembly elections with the mission of forming the government again in Uttarakhand, has started preparations even before the election results are out. Counting of votes is to be held on March 10, but three days before that BJP veteran leaders have reached Dehradun.
Union Minister and Uttarakhand election in-charge Pralhad Joshi, National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and Uttarakhand in-charge Dushyant Gautam held an important meeting with Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, State President Madan Kaushik, State Organization Minister Ajay Kumar in Dehradun on Monday. In this meeting, apart from the state office bearers and district presidents, assembly in-charges and assembly candidates were also called. This meeting is being considered very important in the context of the election results coming on 10 March. And perhaps that is why the BJP high command has once again sent him to Dehradun.
Actually, Uttarakhand has a political history that since the inception of the state, no government in the state has been able to get the mandate for the second time in a row, but the BJP is continuously claiming to form the government again this time.
Speaking to Journalists February 14, the day of polling in the state, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami had claimed that such political trends have been breaking ever since Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister in 2014 and Uttarakhand also has a thumping majority. With this BJP government is going to be formed.