Meghalaya Polls: Amit Shah to visit the state on Jan 6
- BJP President Amit Shah to visit Meghalaya on January 6
- He will inaugurate the party office in West Garo Hills
- Shah will also address an election rally in the region on Jan 6
Bhartiya Janta Party with the aim of Congress Mukt Bharat(Congress Free India) is trying to enter the Meghalaya politics that is run by the Congress over a decade. For this, the party has chalked out a strategy for the poll-bound state and Amit Shah will visit the state on January 6.
Shah to host election rally
BJP national President Amit Shah is all set to visit the poll-bound Meghalaya in the month of January to take a stock of the preparation done by the state fragment ahead of elections.
Shah, during his visit, will inaugurate the party office established in Shillong as this is the heart of the state. This office will be helping the party workers to connect with the party at an ease.
As per the schedule, Amit Shah will also visit the West Garo Hills in the state to hold an election rally and to address the populace of the state to deliver their message to the people of the state about the ruling government and the what BJP has for them.
Before this announcement, Shah has postponed his visit to the state and now he is finally visiting Meghalaya as there is only a month left for the Legislative Assembly Elections.
Apart from the Party President, the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is also scheduled for a visit to Meghalaya but his date of visit is not declared till now.
But he will visit the poll-bound state before the Model Code of Conduct being announced by the EC as after the implementation of this, no political party can conduct any election rally till the voting being done and the results came out.