- Modi to attend BJP national executive meeting
- Meeting will be held in Bhubaneswar from April 15
Bhubaneswar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Odisha for two days to attend BJP’s national executive meeting scheduled to be held on April 15.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi would attend the national executive meeting for two days. National President Amit Shah would be present for the three days. Besides, Chief Ministers of 13 BJP-ruled states would attend the meeting,” BJP’s state unit in-charge Arun Singh told media persons here.
Singh arrived here to chalk out the blueprint for the event with the state leaders. Apart from Singh, BJP national joint secretary (organization) Soudan Singh also arrived here.
He said the two-day national executive meeting would begin from 11 am on April 15 and conclude in the evening on the next day.
On April 14, party functionaries would meet in Bhubaneswar, he added.