JAIPUR: In a meeting scheduled on May 25, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will prepare an outline to commemorate the BJP's eighth year in power at the Centre. The BJP will celebrate its eight years in power at the Centre on May 30, with a theme of "Service, Good Governance, and Poor Welfare" from May 30 to June 14.
On May 25, the BJP will host a meeting with Union Ministers of Independent Charge and Ministers of State at its Delhi headquarters. Top party leaders, including national president JP Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah, and National General Secretary BL Santhosh, will attend the meeting.
According to party sources, this meeting will be held to determine on the work to be done and the constituencies to be assigned to ministers for the activities to be held to commemorate the completion of the Narendra Modi government's eight years in power. "The meeting's agenda is to discuss how to appraise beneficiaries of various initiatives about the work done by the Modi government during its eight years at the helm," according to party sources. "Each Minister would be assigned at least four Lok Sabha constituencies," said sources, "to ensure that every recipient is served in each constituency."
A framework was devised for taking the government's report card to the people at a meeting of the BJP national office bearers held in Jaipur on May 20.