BJP national president JP Nadda launched a scathing attack against the Congress, and said that the party is synonymous with corruption.
"Naddaji also asked me to make all preparations for the state executive committee meeting and discuss on how to prepare to face the next assembly elections," the CM said.
Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta said in a press conference that several programmes will be organised on the party’s foundation with Nadda attending the procession to be taken out from Rajendra Nagar.
While Adityanath is all but certain to occupy the top post, the BJP is grappling with the question whether to have deputy chief minister.
In an interview with the national media J P Nadda while replying to a query had clarified that the BJP will never tolerate the insult to the national flag.
Party sources said that Home Minister Amit Shah may visit Mathura on Saturday for holding political meetings.
'The tactics used by the Congress government in Punjab would pain anyone who believes in democratic principles,' he said in a tweet.
Moitra hit back at Nadda over his comments about crime in TMC-ruled West Bengal.
Goa dentists wear black bands at interaction with JP Nadda to protest biomedical waste handling charges hike
Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, who was also present there, later said the protesting dentists, who 'created a scene' before the BJP president, were 'politically motivated'.
Lashing out at JP Nadda, the West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee termed his statement an attempt to 'defame' the state and said the BJP should look at the situation in states ruled by it.
Five states -- Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur -- will go to polls early next year, while elections in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat will be held in the later part of the year.
Upcoming assembly elections, the ongoing farmers' agitation, Lakhimpur Kheri violence, the Singhu border killing, and Covid vaccination drives may be discussed.
Chandra Kishor Parashar, a resident of Sikandarpur, has filed the case in the Muzaffarpur chief judicial magistrate's court.
BJP chief JP Nadda says Congress conveniently forgot that it had promised to repeal APMC Act in 2014 poll manifesto
Union Health Minister J P Nadda said he would evaluate with the state government the rehabilitation and rebuilding work being carried out in the affected areas.