Mumbai: Deteriorating law and order situation and drought situation in the state are among the issues to be discussed in Maharashtra BJP's two-day state executive meeting, which begins on June 13 in Nashik.

"The meeting would deliberate on issues like poor law and order in the state, drought situation and overall failure of the state government on all fronts," BJP spokesman Madhav Bhandari said here on Saturday.

Similarly, preparations for the June 22 'Jail Bharo' agitation called by the party would also be finalised at the meet, he said.

BJP chief Nitin Gadkari will address the valedictory session on June 14 and later address a public rally.

State unit president Sudhir Mungantiwar, Leader of Opposition in the assembly Eknath Khadse and his counterpart in the legislative council Vinod Tawde, Deputy Leader of BJP in Lok Sabha Gopinath Munde, Maharashtra in-charge of the party affairs Venkaiah Naidu, MPs, MLAs and district unit chiefs will be present at the meet.


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