New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is busy strengthening the organization before the assembly elections in five states to be held this year. On Saturday, party president JP Nadda made a big announcement and appointed 10 leaders as members of the BJP National Working Committee. These leaders include former state president of Himachal Pradesh Suresh Kashyap, former president of Bihar Sanjay Jaiswal, senior leader of Chhattisgarh Vishnu Dev Sai, former president of Punjab Ashwini Sharma, former president of Telangana Bandi Sanjay Kumar, leader of Telangana Sombir Raju, leader of Jharkhand former president Deepak Prakash, senior Rajasthan leader Kirori Lal Meena and former Rajasthan president Satish Poonia.
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Big meeting held at BJP headquarters
A big meeting was held at the BJP headquarters on Saturday. Many senior leaders including Home Minister Amit Shah, Party President JP Nadda, Organization Minister BL Santosh participated in it. During this, discussions were held regarding changes, expansion and election strategy in the organization. Along with this, organization general secretary was also appointed in Kerala. In Kerala, K. Subhash Kanoth was given the responsibility of the post of General Secretary.