PM Modi attends BJP National Executive meeting in Delhi
16 January, 2023 | Pragati Singh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) two-day National Executive meeting at the NDMC Convention Centre in Delhi on Monday. The critical meeting was attended...
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) two-day National Executive meeting at the NDMC Convention Centre in Delhi on Monday.
The critical meeting was attended by BJP national president JP Nadda, Union Ministers including Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states, and other top party officials.
According to BJP sources, the National Executive meeting’s three resolutions include political, economic, and foreign issues. The plan for this year’s assembly elections in nine states, as well as the Lok Sabha elections next year, will be discussed.
The BJP’s ‘Pravas Yojna’ for marginal Lok Sabha seats, as well as the strengthening of booth-level teams, will be discussed. According to party sources, leaders may also be entrusted with significant obligations relating to the electoral state.
This is the party’s first major gathering after its resounding victory in Gujarat.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi staged a massive roadshow in Delhi earlier on Monday. The roadshow began at Patel Chowk and proceeded to Parliament Street in the national capital.
People and BJP members flocked on both sides of the road to welcome PM Modi. The Prime Minister’s cavalcade was showered with flower petals. Following the tour, the PM was greeted warmly by BJP activists at the NDMC Convention Centre.
The tour was originally scheduled for Tuesday. However, due to a change in the party’s schedule, it was held today.
A meeting of the party’s national office bearers, state unit presidents, and different organizational secretaries was conducted at the BJP headquarters prior to the national executive.