The BJP's core committee will meet in Delhi today to discuss the remaining seats in Uttar Pradesh. A meeting with Sanjay Nishad is also feasible, and a meeting can also be held with Anupriya Patel. The alliance's seat distribution will be addressed with both parties. Sanjay Nishad has indicated that his party will run for 15 seats in the upcoming elections.
Sanjay Nishad, the president of the Nishad Party is visiting Delhi today. He will meet Amit Shah the Union Home Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan the BJP's state election in charge, and Union Education Minister. The agreement will be finalized today. According to Sanjay Nishad, the Nishad Party will run for 15 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh in an alliance with the BJP. The Nishad Party will decide which seats they will contest for. Today it will be decided by consulting with top BJP leaders in Delhi.
A meeting of the Goa BJP Core Group was conducted at the BJP headquarters earlier on Sunday. Other leaders in attendance included Amit Shah, JP Nadda, and Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant. Following Goa, the Uttarakhand Core Group met at the BJP's national headquarters. Amit Shah, Pushkar Dhami, Prahlad Joshi, Dushyant Gautam, Loket Chatterjee, Rekha Verma, and Madanal Kaushik, State President, all attended.
After January 23, Home Minister Amit Shah will hold a rally in Uttar Pradesh. During this time, he would visit each district and travel the entire state of Uttar Pradesh. He's back in the fight to return the party to power in Uttar Pradesh. A senior BJP leader has predicted that 300 will be crossed after the first round. Out of the 83 seats declared thus far, 83 seats will be won again, just like last time.