BJP Prepares for BMC Elections, Mumbai Executive Committee Holds Strategic Meeting

by Web Desk | Published: 21 May 2023

In continuation of the Maharashtra BJP executive committee's recent gathering in Pune, the Mumbai BJP executive committee convened a meeting on Sunday, May 21. The primary focus of the meeting was to deliberate on the developmental achievements of the Modi government over the span of 9 years and to prepare for the forthcoming BMC elections.




Some conjecture has arisen concerning the nonattendance of Maharashtra BJP State President Chandrashekhar Bawankule and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis during the meeting.


The meeting, originally planned at Vasant Smriti in Dadar, sent out invitations to all BJP Members of Parliament (MPs) from Mumbai, such as Manoj Kotak, Gopal Shetty, and Poonam Mahajan. Additionally, party legislators, officials, and cell presidents were also invited to attend. A party representative clarified that the Mumbai Pradesh Executive Committee typically holds meetings every three months, and this gathering aligns with that regular schedule. Subsequently, a meeting of the Mumbai district will also be held.


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