BJP President Shah likely to visit Pune from Feb 9

ST CORRESPONDENT
Saturday, 2 February 2019

Yogesh Gogawale said, “We have started preparations to welcome party president Amit Shah. He will come to Pune on February 9. Shah will address booth committee members from the Pune, Baramati and Shirur Lok Sabha seats. He will review their work and address party workers. The programme will be conducted in Pune.”

PUNE: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah will visit Pune to take stock of the Pune, Baramati, Shirur Lok Sabha constituencies, which are located in western Maharashtra. In view of the Lok Sabha polls, Shah will review work of booth committees and address party workers. 

Shah’s visit is a message to the coalition partner Shiv Sena and to the opposition Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) to be ready for the polls. 

BJP city unit chief Yogesh Gogawale said, “We have started preparations to welcome party president Amit Shah. He will come to Pune on February 9. Shah will address booth committee members from the Pune, Baramati and Shirur Lok Sabha seats. He will review their work and address party workers. The programme will be conducted in Pune.”

He said, “The party has made clusters for the Lok Sabha election, in which Pune, Baramati and Shrur is one cluster. Maval is incorporated in another cluster. Therefore, Shah will concentrate on the Pune, Baramati and Shirur cluster.”

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis held a meeting of party leaders at his Varsha bungalow in Mumbai on Thursday, in which he instructed all legislators to work hard.

Gogawale said, “It was a review meeting for the Pune Lok Sabha constituency. He took details from all leaders about their work. The party has done a lot of work in the past five years. So, it is a huge task to educate people on government policies and work.”

MP SHIROLE’S GET-TOGETHER
BJP MP Anil Shirole has organised a get-together on February 2 (Saturday evening). Shirole has invited party leaders and workers for the function. Shirole conducts it every year. However, since this is a Lok Sabha election year, BJP city unit chief Yogesh Gogawale, BJP associated MP Sanjay Kakade are aspirants for the Pune Lok Sabha seat. So, it is interesting to see how many people turn up for the function.

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