PM Modi's late-night meeting with top BJP leaders...What was discussed? Here's what we know!

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has held a late-night meeting with the top leaders of the BJP on Wednesday during which he discussed the party's strategies for the upcoming state and general elections. In what has become his first major rendezvous with his trusted lieutenants after the party's debacle in Karnataka and after the agitation against the BJP's rule in Manipur, several agendas were discussed in the meeting. 

The high-level meeting was held at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence and it was attended top leaders including by Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP's National President JP Nadda. The meeting, that lasted for five hours, gave a hint about what appears to be an imminent reshuffle in the party in several states ahead of the crucial assembly polls. 

According to our sources, the BJP high command is planning to roll out a leadership rejig at the states that are going for the polls and the meeting had also taken stock of the party's strategies for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. It has been reported that the meeting has come against the backdrop of the incessant deliberations over organisational and political issues that were held by JP Nadda and BJP's general secretary BL Santhosh. 

The meeting has also come at a high time when the Opposition parties are coming under one roof to contest unitedly in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls with a vision of ousting the BJP regime. As the general elections are months away, the Modi-led BJP government has brought out its hardcore agenda of implementing the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) across the nation ahead of the polls. 

The high-level meeting had also sparked speculations about the cabinet reshuffle ahead of the polls and the Prime Minister had also discussed about the BJP's social outreach programmes of taking his nine-year rule to the people and to campaign about the party's governance at the centre. 

As the debacle in Karnataka had hugely affected the party and Modi's leadership, the BJP is planning to overhaul its campaign techniques and to do a damage control ahead of the crucial assembly polls in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Telangana.