New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) ‘National Council Meet’ began on a grand note at Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan on Friday, with thousands of enthusiastic party workers taking part in the two-day convention.
BJP president Amit Shah inaugurated the convention today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the concluding speech on Saturday, laying down the agenda for the general elections.
The political and economical resolution passed during the convention remains one of the key highlights on which the party had laid down its prime objectives and deliberated on their political strategies for the forthcoming elections.
BJP’s Official Spokesperson Nupur Sharma attributed their party’s loss in three states to ‘severe anti-incumbency’ and brushed aside comments on weakening of ‘Modi Wave’ across the country.
Claiming the biggest ever national council, the party is expecting participation of close to 12,000 members.