BJP national executive review Party performance

Cheryl Sanders
September 25, 2017

BJP president Amit Shah will deliver the inaugural address at the event, which will also see an exhibition of events associated with the centenary celebrations of Upadhyaya, founding general secretary of the Jan Sangh.

The main meeting will be held on Monday at the Talkatora Stadium.

The meet is important for BJP office-bearers and National Executive members from states like MP, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Karnataka, which will go to polls in 2018. The "extended executive" meeting is being attended by almost 1,400 MLAs, 337 MPs, all MLCs and group leaders from states.


Both Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley held a number of brainstorming sessions with experts and officials from different ministries last week, BJP leaders said.

Modi is likely to address the concerns over the state of the Indian economy and is all set to list the achievements of his government in the last three years.

The political resolution in the national executive is likely to assert that the economy has been doing better under the NDA than it did under the previous UPA government. "He said that dynasty is a tradition of the Congress party, not of India". Besides, state Presidents, state General Secretaries and several other party functionaries will also attend. The meet will also discuss and pass a resolution on the economic and political situation in the country.


Goyal said that the BJP president had announced that party workers would undertake a padyatra in Kerala from October 3 to 17. PM Modi's address may throw light upon the economic slowdown in the country, government's pro-poor measures and policy decisions.

Mr Shah also lauded the efforts of party workers in expanding the organisational base. The meeting will mark the end of a year-long drive to commemorate Upadhyay's 100th birth anniversary. He also asked members to cooperate and seek people's cooperation to make Prime Minister's vision of "New India" a reality.


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