BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav is arriving for a two-day visit Thursday to review the performance of party ministers following the alleged complaints by BJP workers against its legislators and ministers before the Home Minister Rajnath Singh last week.
The visit assumes significance also after the Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) called a strike on Monday against “non-performance” of BJP ministers and “sheer discrimination” against the region.
Madhav is visiting Kashmir on Thursday and will be going to Jammu on Friday, BJP state general secretary (Org.), Ashok Koul confirmed.
“He (Ram Madhav) is meeting with party leaders and activists in Kashmir on Thursday and in Jammu on Friday,” Koul was quoted as saying by local news agency KNS.
Koul did not reveal whether Madhav will meet the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti during his visit and also dispelled the speculations about any reshuffle of BJP ministers.
“These are all rumours,” he replied to a question about reshuffle of BJP ministers.
Before Madhav, another general secretary, Ram Lal also visited the state after Rajnath Singh’s visit to look into the alleged complaints by party workers and people in Jammu region