Arrest of Satyendar Jain, problems for Bangladeshis and Rohingyas to dominate Delhi BJP executive meeting



Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain arrested, Bangladeshi and Rohingya issues are expected to feature prominently at the Delhi BJP executive meeting which will start on June 11.

The two-day event will begin with a meeting of officers on June 11, followed by an executive meeting on June 12.

Delhi BJP Chairman Adesh Gupta told IANS that all relevant political and social issues of the national capital will be discussed at the meeting.

“Two senior leaders, one each at the inaugural and closing session of the executive meeting on June 12, will advise the Delhi unit,” Gupta said.

It is learned that the political resolution will also mention the arrest of Jain along with other relevant issues regarding the city. “The policy resolution will also talk about gifts and facilities given to Bangladeshis and Rohingyas. It will say that instead of giving gifts to Bangladeshis and Rohingyas, it should be given to Indian Muslims and poor Hindus. failure of the Arvind Kejriwal government on many fronts,” said a Delhi BJP leader.

Sources said the political resolution will attack the Kejriwal government on public transport, the new excise policy and other issues.

The policy resolution has been prepared and will be brought to the state executive meeting on June 12.

The June 23 by-election of Rajinder Nagar is also expected to be tackled along with other organizational matters. The operation of all district units will also be discussed at the meeting. Delhi BJP’s agenda for the future will also be discussed and finalized.

“The party will discuss ways to step up the attack on the AAP following the arrest of Delhi’s health minister. The indirect vote of Rajinder Nagar will also be discussed,” a senior party official said.

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