The coordination committee meeting between the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders on Sunday night fine-tuned the election strategy in view of a possible third wave of the Covid and anti-incumbency factor which the present Yogi Adityanath Government could face.
Highly placed sources in the BJP also hinted at the possible reshuffle.
“The discussion was held whether it would be prudent to go for a reshuffle at this time. And if reshuffle is required who will be accommodated in the new ministry,” the source said here on Sunday.
RSS general secretary Dattatreya Hosabale chaired the meeting which was attended by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, his two deputies Dr. Dinesh Sharma and Keshav Prasad Maurya, and state party president Swantra Deo Singh.
Joint secretary Arun Kumar, who was recently made the liaison leader with the BJP also attended the meeting.
The meeting focused on the key agenda around the common man’s sentiments and governance of the BJP. Discussions were also held on future RSS programs and the UP government’s performance, sources said.
The Pracharaks from different regions who attended the meeting talked at length about the problems people were facing and how the Yogi government had failed to address their problems. The issues like hike in petrol prices, increase in prices of essential commodities and indifference of governments – both central and state – were discussed threadbare.
“Strategies were prepared on how to ensure the victory of the BJP in the forthcoming election. Differences between Sangh affiliates, BJP leaders, and the administration were also discussed and efforts were taken to iron out before the polls to seek strong support from voters,” sources said.