BJP's Key CEC Meet Underway, What's On Agenda?

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP's) key Central Election Committee (CEC) meeting is currently underway at its headquarters in New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah have arrived at the party headquarters to attend the key meeting.
BJP's Key CEC Meet Underway

BJP's Key CEC Meet Underway (Photo: Screengrab/X/PTI)

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP's) key Central Election Committee (CEC) meeting is currently underway at its headquarters in New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah have arrived at the party headquarters to attend the key meeting ahead of the Lok Sabha Elections 2024.
The meeting is being chaired by Nadda. The party's top brass will discuss the names of the candidates for the upcoming parliamentary elections. After the meeting, the first list of candidates is likely to be announced, sources claimed. However, there is no official confirmation in this regard.
Sources told Times Now that the discussion is being held on three main agendas - names of key candidates including PM Modi and Shah, and the first list of all candidates, Rajya Sabha MPs who could contest the Lok Sabha polls and the week seats. The party is also likely to discuss poll strategy to gain maximum seats in southern India.
Chief ministers of the BJP-rules states, including UP CM Yogi Adityanath and Chhattisgarh CM Vishnu SIngh Deo. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, along with CEC members Dr K Laxman, Vanathi Srinivasan, BS Yeddyurappa, Sarbananda Sonowal, Iqbal Singh Lalpuria, Sudha Yadav, Bhupendra Yadav, Om Prakash Mathur, BL Santosh are present at the meeting.
The Lok Sabha Elections 2024 re scheduled to take place in April and May. During the party's two-day convention earlier this month, PM Modi urged the members of the BJP to centre the party's poll campaign around its pro-poor initiatives and the nation's developmental strides, emphasizing that securing 370 seats would be a fitting tribute to key ideologue Syama Prasad Mookerjee.
The Prime Minister outlined a strategic approach, urging booth workers to concentrate on polling booths and secure at least 370 more votes for the party at each booth compared to the 2019 elections.
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