After BJP National President Amit Shah visited the State, another senior BJP leader is planning a visit to Karnataka. The new State in-charge Union Minister for Human Resources Prakash Javadekar will be visiting the city soon to take charge of party affairs ahead of the elections, reports Kannada Prabha. This is Javadekar’s first visit to the State after taking charge as the State in-charge, as per Amit Shah’s directions.

He will be holding meetings with State BJP leaders and will supervise all activities, according to sources. A meeting of the State BJP Political Affairs Committee has been called on September 4, for an entire day to discuss poll preparations, it is reported. This decision is said to have been taken at a core committee meeting that Amit Shah held in New Delhi on Saturday. The State Political Affairs Committee has 30 members including State President BS Yeddyurappa.

Amit Shah has appointed the State in-charge within days after his return from his visit to state indicating that the national BJP president is taking State’s forthcoming elections very seriously. Shah had also arranged a meeting of the RSS chiefs with Yeddyurappa. As a result a meeting of State BJP and RSS has been called on Aug 30. This is the first time that State BJP and RSS are meeting after a gap of over one year. BJP is leaving no stone unturned to counter the ruling Congress in the State to win the forthcoming elections.  The party is seriously planning strategies to increase the repute in the State and also to reach out the corruptions of the Congress government to the people. The main purpose of the meeting is to get the State leaders to get into poll mood, it is reported.

Before arriving in the State, Prakash Javadekar is expected to meet Amit Shah and also the national cording general secretary Ramlal and take instructions and suggestions regarding State, it is said.