New Delhi: With the Narendra Modi Government set to complete two years in office, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is planning to hold a three-week long programme to highlight the NDA regime’s achievements.
The programme will start on May 21, wherein a meeting will be held which will be attended by the office bearers and spokespersons in the BJP central office at 11, Ashoka Road, in the national capital.
They will be trained by senior party leaders on how to project the government’s achievements in last two years. BJP president Amit Shah, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani besides other senior party stalwarts will be addressing the convention.
On May 22, the IT volunteers of the BJP will be meeting in the national capital, wherein they will be trained to advertise the schemes on various social media platforms.
The BJP plans to organise over 200 press conferences and rallies, which will be addressed by senior party leaders from May 26 to June 10.
The party even plans to organise programmes in various universities to elaborate on the work done by the government in the previous two years.
The BJP wants most of the constituencies to be covered by their MPs and MLAs and wants the grassroot party cadres to publicise the work done in past two years.