Tahlka news Bureau
Lucknow: BJP chief Amit Shah will visit Lucknow on Tuesday to discuss poll strategy in a meeting with party leaders ahead of Assembly elections in the state.
This will be Shah's second visit to Lucknow in past four days.
The BJP president will be addressing a booth-level workers meet in Kasganj district today along with state BJP chief Keshav Prasad Maurya, where he will ask the workers to improve their interaction with people at village level.
After attending the Kasganj programme, Shah would come to Lucknow where he will be guiding the workers about their roles and responsibilities in the party organisation in view of the elections.
Amit Shah had addressed the first booth-level meeting on June 4 at Kanpur where workers from Kanpur and Bundelkhand region had participated.
Shah during booth-level meeting in Kanpur on Saturday said that the party would win with an absolute majority, blowing the bugle for the 2017 Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.