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May 17, 2018
11:31AM

PM Modi to address national executives of all BJP wings today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address national executives of all seven wings of BJP in New Delhi today. 

The meeting, first of its kind, is aimed at toning up the party's organisational machinery in the run-up to the next Lok Sabha elections. A BJP leader said, 700-800 office bearers of party' wings focussed on scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, women, youth, farmers, minorities and other backward classes will attend the meeting. BJP president Amit Shah will also address the meeting

Party sources said, this will be for the first time that all wings of the party will sit under one roof.

The party leadership is likely to use the opportunity to set the agenda in the run-up to the next Lok Sabha poll, which is about a year away and exhort them to use their organisational machinery to share the central government's successes with the masses.

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