BJP held a meeting with RSS to make future strategy over epidemic.

Less than a year is left for the assembly elections in the country's largest state Uttar Pradesh.

This time, elections have become more challenging for the party, as it may be adversely affected due to the Corona epidemic. In such a situation, there was an important meeting between the BJP and the top leadership of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to make a future strategy. Which also included Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.
According to sources, BJP Chief JP Nadda, UP BJP General Secretary Sunil Bansal and Dattatreya Hosabale were also present in the meeting held in Delhi. In such a situation, it seems that after the shock of the key seats in the panchayat elections, the BJP has started Damage Control. Recently, there was also a case of negligence in the funeral of dead people from Corona in UP. After which the BJP rule was severely criticized on social media. The party high command also seems concerned over this matter.

Regarding the state of UP, the opposition is an attacker on the Yogi government, as well as many party leaders are also angry. On May 9, Union Labour Minister Santosh Gangwar wrote a letter to the Chief Minister complaining about the Bareilly constituency. According to the minister, the officials are not picking up the call. Also, the untreated patients are referred from the district hospital. Apart from this, he had also raised the issue of the price of oxygen and medical equipment. After the minister, the BJP MLA from Sitapur had also said that a case of treason is being made when speaking against the government.

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