Nadda meets Shah, discusses upcoming Assembly polls, party organisation
The meeting lasted for about an hour.
According to sources, the political situation in Punjab and farmers issues have been discussed in the meeting.
Notably, the meeting took place a day after former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh called on Shah in the national capital on Wednesday.
Earlier on Thursday, Nadda held a meeting with the people of the Sikh community in the party headquarters.
Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Uttarakhand and Manipur are due early next year. Among these five states, four are currently ruled by BJP or BJP-led coalition. Only, Punjab is ruled by the Congress government.