NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet with the BJP-led National League for Democracy from 31 July to 10 August amid ongoing political disputes between the Centre and the opposition over the situation in Manipur state. (NDA) . Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold parleys with groups of MPs from the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance Keep an eye out for next year's Lok Sabha elections.
These meetings will mark another step forward in the grand gathering of the National Development Agenda partners in the state capital chaired by Prime Minister Modi.
At the recent NDA meeting, the ruling coalition partners decided to join forces to support Modi's return as prime minister in 2024.
Last Tuesday, the BJP met in the state capital, where MPs for the new development act were divided into groups of ten.
The groups will brainstorm on political events ahead of next year's general election, party sources said.
Additionally, the groups were reportedly formed to seek better coordination among NDA partners towards a shared goal of returning to power next year.
Prime Minister Modi will chair the first group meeting with NDA MPs from western Uttar Pradesh,Bundelkhand and Brij regions. The meeting is scheduled for today at Maharashtra Bhavan at 6:30.
PM Modi will meet 42 MPs from Uttar Pradesh (Paschim, Braj and Kanpur-Benderkhand). BJP President JP Nadda and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari will be guests of honor and coordinate with NDA leaders. The meeting will be chaired by party representatives Sanjeev Balyan and BL Varma.
The prime minister will then hold a meeting with 41 MPs from West Bengal, Jharkhand and Odisha at 7.30pm that night. The meeting will be coordinated by Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. The hosts are Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and MP Shantanu Thakur.