The BJP working president has been accorded with the 'Z' category security in all India basis, a home ministry official said.
The BJP's membership has increased from 11 crore to 17.50 crore in just 54 days since June-July this year when the membership drive for it was launched, JP Nadda said.
JP Nadda also touched on several other issues like abrogation of Article 370, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Houston visit and corruption.
While it is said that the maximum number of leaders in the list are Jats, there are other considerations too.
Nadda asserted that the special status to the troubled state was temporary and transitional.
Earlier, BJP working president JP Nadda had said that CM Mamata Banerjee is responsible for jungle raj and 'reign of terror' in Bengal.
The time of the Trinamool Congress (TMC) government is over, Nadda said, claiming that family members of 'slain BJP workers' in West Bengal are not getting justice.
The tarpan programme, a ritual to offer water to ancestors, will highlight the saffron camp's narrative of widespread political violence in West Bengal where the party has made deep inroads.
JP Nadda questioned the patriotism of Rahul Gandhi for opposing the scrapping of the article as his statement was used by Pakistan in UN.
Mitra claimed that he got to know that around 350 affidavits have been filed in Alipur court related to the NRC.
BJP national working president JP Nadda said that Ananth Kumar’s contribution to the party will not be forgotten.
Nadda and the BJP team briefed Dravid on the issue of abrogation of Article 370 and the reasons why it was scrapped.
Nadda said important laws passed by Parliament over the years, including the Right to Information Act, SC/ST act and those pertaining to domestic violence, will now be implemented there.
Amit Shah launched 'seva saptah' (week of service) to celebrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi's birthday on September 17.
Touching on his ABVP background, he said it is a mater of pride for him that he worked in the organisation.