New Delhi: BJP’s two-day national executive meeting begins today (Monday) in Delhi. Earlier, the party has organized a grand rally in which the Prime Minister will participate. Union ministers including BJP national president JP Natta, Amit Shah, chief ministers of BJP-ruled states and senior members of the party are expected to attend.
The National Executive Committee meeting of BJP will be held on 16th and 17th at NDMC Convention Center in Delhi. The party has earlier organized a grand rally in which Prime Minister Modi will participate. The rally in which the Prime Minister will participate will start from Delhi Patel Road to Parliament Street. The rally was originally scheduled for Tuesday.
For the first time since the BJP’s landslide victory in the Gujarat assembly elections, the party has organized a massive rally. Earlier, PM Modi had attended a huge rally in his home state of Gujarat, which was 50 km away.
Due to the rally to be held in Delhi today, there will be a change in traffic in some parts of Delhi and special arrangements have been made for the rally and to reduce traffic congestion, Delhi Police has said.
Commenting on the conference, BJP General Secretary Vinod Tawde said, “A mega exhibition on six different themes including Good Governance, Inclusive and Empowered India, Visva Guru Bharat has been organized in the two-day Executive Committee meeting.”
Before this National Executive Committee meeting, a meeting of the party’s national executives, state Prabhupada leaders and various organizational secretaries is held at the BJP’s head office.