11500 Delegates Arrive in Delhi to Attend BJP’s National Council Meet Ahead of Elections

New Delhi: Around 11,500 delegates from across the country have arrived in Delhi to attend the two-day brainstorming session of the BJP starting on Saturday. At this session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unveil BJP’s campaign strategy for the coming Lok Sabha elections.

As part of the two-day BJP National Council meeting at Bharat Mandapam, the party chief JP Nadda on Friday opened an exhibition on ‘Viksit Bharat’.

The council will pass two resolutions, including a political resolution, which is expected to hail PM Modi for his “stable and firm leadership over a decade”, and renew the call for the BJP to cross the 370-seat mark and the ruling NDA coalition to go past 400 in the 543-member Lok Sabha.

The National Council consists of all national office-bearers, ministers, state office-bearers, district office-bearers, mayors and deputy mayors besides BJP’s trademark “vistaraks”, the full-time party workers who gather independent feedback on the political situation from a parliamentary segment.

The meeting will open with an inaugural address by BJP president JP Nadda. PM Modi will deliver the valedictory address on the concluding day on February 18.

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