Thiruvananthapuram: Before the assembly elections in Kerala, BJP chief JP Nadda will visit the state of Kerala on a two-day tour from February 3 to participate in various organizational events. This is Nadda’s first visit after taking over as the party’s national president.
The BJP chief will participate in a road show through Thiruvananthapuram today. He will hold discussions with the people of all regions and chalk out the electoral strategy of the “Mission Kerala” project.
BJP media in-charge and Rajya Sabha member Anil Baluni said in a statement, “Nadda will address the core committee of the party’s Kerala unit and will also meet the party’s newly elected councilors and block, district panchayat members in Thiruvananthapuram on Wednesday.” He said the BJP chief would visit the Padman abhaswamy temple to perform the Namaz and would hold a meeting with NDA alliance partners on Wednesday evening.
“The arrival of our National Speaker is a major moment of pride for all of us and we will use this opportunity to plan our electoral strategy for the upcoming assembly elections in the state.” BJP chief of Kerala. Surendran said, he said that the Christian community’s votes would be a major factor in the assembly elections and the party is confident of support from the community.
Mizoram Governor and former Kerala BJP chief, P.S. Sreedharan Pillai held meetings with Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Jacobite and Orthodox Church chiefs.
The Catholic Church Cardinals apprised Modi of their issues, including reservations for Dalit Christians.