Bhubaneshwar, April 15: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday touched down in Odisha for the two-day national executive meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in state capital Bhubaneshwar. The meeting will kick off this evening and mark the attendance of top notch leaders of the saffron party. According to a report of NDTV, around 350 people will land in Odisha for this two-day meet. The mob there were seen chanting ” ab ki baar Modi sarkar (This time it should be Modi government).”

PM arrived on Odisha’s soil at 3.40 pm this noon and the much-awaited road show was a huge success as the roads in the state capital of Odisha was surrounded by BJP supporters on either side. He was given a warm welcome by the people here. His roadshow was from the airport to the Raj Bhawan where PM will stay tonight. PM Modi, in the mid of his roadshow, got off his vehicle, walked up to his supporters and greeted them. Prime Minister then headed to Janata Maidan which the venue of the National Executive meeting. Also, at the venue, he was received by Amit Shah.

Still from the venue


The long list apart from PM Modi will include BJP president Amit Shah, Chief Minister’s of 13 BJP ruled states, Union ministers, and Yogi Adityanath will also be present. Veteran leaders of the party like LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi will also be present at the meeting. In the meeting, various issues will be discussed and strategy planning will be done for the 2019 elections and state elections.

This was confirmed by BJP’s National General Secretary Ram Madhav.He also told that his party has performed well in this state and party workers requested us to hold a meeting here. As seen on NDTV, the hoardings of upcoming MCD Elections 2017 were seen in Bhubaneshwar and it is being speculated that discussions of MCD elections will also take place at Janata Maidan.

The panchayat elections in Odisha were held recently and the ruling party at the centre won with a resounding margin here. This meeting is also being held to keep the momentum and the winning streak of the party going.