JP Nadda, the president of the BJP, will travel to Karnataka for three days starting on September 8 to commemorate the end of the party’s three-year rule in the state.
Party insiders claim that Nadda may participate in a roadshow in Bangalore, where he would also discuss the length of the administration.
Nadda will talk about the initiatives that the federal government and state governments have been working on lately. He will also discuss how the government of the “double engine” will work to develop the state under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Following a meeting with party office holders and the BJP core group, Nadda will examine the performance of the Karnataka government ministries before holding separate meetings with the state’s MPs and MLAs.
Nadda departed earlier in April for a two-day trip to Karnataka.
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