New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party is organising a three-day meeting of its general secretaries (organisations) in Surajkund in Haryana between June 14 and June 18. The purpose of the meeting is to define the role of pracharaks in the BJP and to firm up strategy and prepare a road map for the 2019 elections. Many other issues will also be discussed in this meeting which will be attended by top brass of the RSS and the BJP alike.
As per sources, RSS sarkaryawah (general secretary) Suresh (Bhaiyaji) Joshi, sah-sarkaryawah (joint general secretary) Krishna Gopal, national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party Amit Shah, party general secretary (organisations) Ram Lal and 70 state general secretary (organisations) and joint general secretary (organisations) will also be participating in this meeting where strategy for the 2019 elections will be discussed. It is also expected that the meeting might also deliberate upon how to deal with the proposed unity of the opposition parties against the BJP.
Sources informed that there will be four sessions everyday to discuss the matter how to use its cadre and voters for the party to sail through 2019 polls. The BJP wants to coordinate with the RSS for the better utilization of the RSS cadre. The party will also discuss that how to win such seats where the party was second in the last elections. In the meeting at Suraj Kund role of pracharak in the party will also be firmed up.
Suraj Kund has been one of the important destination for the party as it has not only organised the meeting of the RSS-BJP leaders but also organised several meetings of the RSS. On earlier occasions also the party organised meeting of organising secretaries here.