10 veteran leaders of Uttarakhand BJP including Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami will be in New Delhi on Monday (today). He will participate in the BJP’s national executive meeting. All these leaders being members of the National Executive will attend the meeting.
Chief Minister was earlier supposed to return to Dehradun from Bageshwar on Sunday, but due to bad weather, he left for New Delhi by road from Khatima itself. BJP state president Mahendra Bhatt, who is camping in Joshimath, will also reach Delhi late at night. According to party sources, in the national executive meeting, the leadership will review the organizational programs of the last three months.
Information about the programs given by the central leadership will be taken from the State President and State General Secretary of the organization. The state president can give information about the expansion of the organization and the migration of office bearers. CM Dhami can give information about the recently organized village chaupal and night stay of ministers.
CM will give report about Joshimath landslide
According to sources, Chief Minister Dhami may present the report so far about the Joshimath landslide before the central leadership when given an opportunity. Apart from this, a report card of the works and decisions taken by the government in the state development will also be kept in three months.
These are the members of the executive
CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, BJP State President Mahendra Bhatt, State General Secretary Organization Ajay Kumar, Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt, Cabinet Minister Satpal Maharaj, Former CM Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Former CM Vijay Bahuguna, MP Ajay Tamta, Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni , Former CM Teerath Singh Rawat and Trivendra Singh Rawat.