BJP brass talks to Dhami, state chief on Uttarakhand govt | India News



NEW DELHI: The BJP brass on Tuesday held a marathon meeting with its Uttarakhand leadership, a day after announcing observers for the selection of the leader of the legislative party in the state.
BJP chief JP Nadda, along with party general secretary (organisation) BL Santhosh, held a two-and-half-hour meeting with Uttarakhand chief minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and state BJP chief Madan Kaushik. The meeting was also attended by BJP’s poll incharge for the state, Union minister Pralhad Joshi.
The party scored a second successive victory in the hill state, but Dhami lost from Khatima assembly constituency.
BJP had on Monday announced Union ministers Amit Shah and Rajnath Singh as ‘observers’ for the selection of the legislative party leader in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, respectively. Later, Dhami along with BJP Rajya Sabha MP from Uttarakhand Anil Baluni came to meet Shah in Parliament.
On Monday evening, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a marathon meeting with Nadda, Santhosh, Shah, Singh, Joshi and Dharmendra Pradhan at his residence.



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