Take cue from BSY: Message from BJP top brass to senior K’taka leaders

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BENGALURU: With the keenly watched Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election over, Karnataka is now in the sights.

The party central leadership seems to have decided on implementing a strategy similar to what was done in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly election 2023. The party top brass already sent out a clear message to MLA aspirants that the party will not offer tickets to senior leaders in the party.

BJP national president J P Nadda and party general secretary B L Santhosh at the national office-bearers’ meeting in Delhi.

Following the Gujarat poll results, BJP national president J P Nadda held a meeting with the party’s national office-bearers in Delhi on Tuesday. State BJP president Nalin Kumar Kateel, organising chief secretary Rajesh and others participated. At this meeting, the high command sent out a significant message to all leaders.

BJP leaders participating in the national-level office bearers’ meeting.

What is the message to the seniors?

  • Senior leaders like former CM B S Yediyurappa should voluntarily announce retirement.
  • Some leaders should be directed to convince senior ministers in understanding the strategy.
  • They should clearly declare that retirement is voluntary, not by party.
  • Leaders should take care not to create confusion among party workers and in their constituencies.
  • The high command has instructed Rajesh to reach this message to some seniors who are above 73 years of age.
  • A strong policy should be adopted at the booth level, highlighting that the party is bigger than the individual.
  • Party to be strengthened by energising cadre.
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