Ahmedabad, Sep 21: Bharatiya Janata Party chief J P Nadda will hold meetings with senior Gujarat BJP leaders at the state party headquarters in Gandhinagar on Wednesday, a local party leader said.

Nadda is on a two-day visit to BJP-ruled Gujarat from Tuesday ahead of the state Assembly elections due in December this year. Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra Not Giving Enough Time to Congress, Says Himachal Pradesh PCC Chief Pratibha Singh.

On Wednesday, the BJP president will hold meetings with senior Gujarat BJP leaders at the party headquarters, Shree Kamalam, in state capital Gandhinagar, the party said. Bihar CM Nitish Kumar Denies He Will Contest 2024 Lok Sabha Elections From Uttar Pradesh’s Phulpur.

He will also address professors at Tagore Hall in Ahmedabad and talk about BJP's ideology, it said. On Tuesday, Nadda addressed a gathering of the Gujarat BJP's elected representatives in local urban and panchayat bodies in Rajkot city. He had asked party cadres in the state not to worry about the forthcoming Assembly elections, stating that their party is the only one which has an ideology.

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