In BJP CM’s meet, Modi to speak on pro-poor policies

RSTV Bureau

Shah_modiPrime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah are scheduled to address conference of chief ministers of the BJP ruled states in New Delhi on Saturday.

The conference will focus on the central government’s efforts to make stronger emphasis on the “pro-poor” agenda of the government.  The chief ministers are expected to speak about their government’s programmes aimed at executing the agenda.

BJP leadership is slated to review various organisation-related work as well as implementation and impact of various government schemes with its chief ministers. Coordination between organisation and the Central government is also likely to be discussed during this meeting.

The meeting comes after a day-long workshop of the party’s core committee leaders of states on Tuesday in which Prime Minister pitched for reaching out to all sections of society.

Modi had said that when the party is in power, then the aim should be to win over the masses with the government’s work. He had also cautioned party leaders against some elements trying to divert their attention from the developmental agenda, in an apparent reference to several rows stalking the party.

BJP President Shah underlined the need for expanding the organisation and greater coordination in the same metering explain the party stand on various current political issues.

With the BJP leadership, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah, stressing on strengthening the organisation and reaching out to people, a meeting of party’s Rajya Sabha MPs is likely to take place on August 31.