GUWAHATI, June 17 - BJP president Amit Shah will visit Guwahati tomorrow and hold a series of meetings with leaders of the party as part of the strategy to formulate a proper game plan for next year’s Lok Sabha polls.
Party sources said that Shah will reach Guwahati tomorrow morning. He will first attend the State government’s function at the Veterinary College ground, Khanapara, where the ground-breaking ceremony of 19 new cancer centres, will be held in the presence of Tata Trusts chairman Ratan Tata and Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.
Afterwards, Shah will hold three back-to-back meetings at the Brahmaputra Guest House with party leaders from across the State.
The first meeting will be held with the in-charges of all Lok Sabha constituencies of the State, followed by another meeting with the Assam BJP’s social media team.
Then he will preside over a meeting of the Lok Sabha Election Management Committee of BJP Assam.
The BJP president may also hold a meeting with ministers of the State government.
“His meetings are basically intended to prepare a roadmap for our party’s Lok Sabha poll campaign,” said a senior BJP leader.