Bypoll results were mixed, but state elections set the tone for the BJP administration.

The gathering will be opened by BJP chief J P Nadda, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the closing remarks.

The freshly reformed national leadership of the BJP meets for the first meeting since 2019 on Sunday, delayed by travel restrictions, against the backdrop of a mixed showing in recent by-elections and weeks before the forthcoming state assembly elections are notified.

A conference of the general secretaries of the party The number and nature of the resolutions that will be adopted in Sunday's meeting are expected to be finalized on Saturday.

"We'll talk about the party's preparations for the upcoming assembly elections." According to BJP general secretary Arun Singh, the party will finalize the resolution's details tomorrow.

The gathering will be opened by BJP chief J P Nadda, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the closing remarks.

According to sources, resolutions could be passed thanking Modi for the vaccination dashboard, which has reached 100 million single-dose vaccinations, lower fuel taxes, and his "successful international tours," which include the recent climate agreements in Glasgow.

Anil Baluni, a BJP Rajya Sabha MP and national head of the party's media cell, said Sunday's gathering, which will take place at the NDMC convention center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., will be unique. "The meeting will be hybrid and technology-enabled, keeping Covid in mind." "We will have one platform in the national capital and one location in each state capital where state leaders who are members of the national executive Council will participate," Baluni added.

As a result, national office-bearers and central ministries will be in attendance in the capital, while state leaders will be able to participate electronically from their respective capital cities.

The BJP's national executive was reformed last month, with 80 regular members, 50 special invitees, and 179 permanent invitees.

The BJP lost one Lok Sabha and three Assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh, where it is in power; in Karnataka, newly appointed Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai was unable to swing the Hanagal Assembly constituency, which is located in his home district; and its candidates were defeated in Rajasthan.

The BJP won big in by-elections in Assam, Madhya Pradesh, and Telangana, where the party is trying to expand its imprint.

"The issues and programs that we discussed at the national office bearers meeting will be implemented as part of the party's programs," a BJP leader said.

With the government's reputation in the country and abroad being tarnished by the management of the second Covid wave, the office bearers debated methods to offset it, including enlisting the help of the Indian diaspora and the massive pool of Covid volunteers generated during the pandemic.

Elections in the BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur, and Goa, as well as the Congress-ruled Punjab, will take place early next year, while Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh will vote later in 2022.