Today, the BJP national executive is expected to pass a resolution about the 2024 elections


According to party insiders, the BJP national executive, which is in Hyderabad, is anticipated to adopt a political resolution on Saturday outlining its objectives, strategies, and programmes in advance of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

On Saturday afternoon, J P Nadda, the national president of the BJP, will make the inaugural remarks. Party office holders are already debating the resolutions in a meeting. The conclave is also anticipated to approve an economic resolution outlining the Union government’s initiatives to control inflation and address issues brought on by the Covid epidemic, the increase in the price of crude oil, and the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.

The two-day gathering will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will arrive in Hyderabad on Saturday. On Sunday, PM Modi will deliver the closing remarks as well as a speech to a crowd at Parade Ground.

The BJP has already begun a campaign to topple the K Chandrasekhar Rao-led TRS administration, escalating the political conflict between the two parties. The opposition presidential candidate Yashwant Sinha, who is also visiting the state on Saturday, will be greeted by Chief Minister Rao, according to a statement the Telangana government released on Saturday.

Saffron flags and flex boards of Prime Minister Modi, Nadda, and state chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar are everywhere in Hyderabad city right now. BJP chief minister cutouts can be seen along the side of the road as one travels to the location of the Golkonda BJP National Executive Council. Photos of Home Minister Amit Shah are displayed on large banners and flex boards. An exhibition hall with information about the state BJP’s history, the part it played in the Telangana agitation, and images showing the state’s culture and traditions is located at the event.

With pink flags crammed into every nook and cranny of the city to contend with the BJP’s saffron flags, the ruling TRS has also spared no effort to display the influence of the chief minister. Additionally, the TRS has erected sizable banners saluting Sinha.

Before the BJP asked for permission from the local government, the TRS reportedly took up residence along the medians. BJP officials said that the Hyderabad corporation had fined the state unit severely for putting up the banners throughout the city. A BJP senior claims that the party has already paid Rs 55 lakh in fines.