The national president of the ruling party will address 42,000 ‘Pristha Pramukhs’ working across the 60 constituencies of the state
Agartala: BJP president Amit Shah is scheduled to visit Agartala and address the party workers (Pristha Pramuk) at the Swami Vivekananda Stadium on January 5.
Announcing this on Wednesday, state general secretary of the party, Pratima Bhowmik, said that the national party chief will address 42,000 Pristha Pramukhs working across the 60 constituencies of the state.
The ground will be divided into 60 small boxes with the names of the constitutions and all the 42,000 party workers will be seated accordingly.
This is for the first time that any such Pristha Pramukh Sanmmalen will take place in India where the BJP president Amit Shah will be present.
Shah would be accompanied by party general secretary Ram Madhav; North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) chairman and Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma; North-east zonal secretary Ajay Jamwal; and national secretary and Tripura in-charge Sunil Deodhar among others.
Discussion on the name of the candidates of the party for the two Lok Sabha seats from the state will also be held during the visit.
Later, Shah will also meet all the cabinet ministers separately and then with the state committee leaders to discuss on Lok Sabha elections strategies and campaigns.