New Delhi [India]: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will hold a meeting with party ruled state chief ministers on Saturday to discuss issues of organisational expansion and publicising of central government’s schemes among people.
Party Chief Amit Shah will inaugurate the meeting in which party ruled state BJP presidents and others will also take part.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the concluding session this evening.
The day-long meeting will also deliberate on the issue of good governance and the welfare of poor, besides strategising for the upcoming assembly elections to be held in states like Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Punjab.
Chief Ministers will also make their respective presentations on welfare schemes being implemented in the states. (ANI)