Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Odisha for BJP’s national executive meet. PM Modi gets off his Range Rover SUV, walks up to the crowd and greets his supporters.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Bhubaneswar on 15th April afternoon at around 3.30pm. Upon reaching at the Biju Patnaik International Airport the Prime Minister was accorded a grand welcome by several top leaders of the party along representatives of Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi and DGP KB Singh.
According to reports, a special Indian Air Force (IAF) carrier ‘Rajhans’ brought Modi to Odisha with SPG men engaged on security. After getting a warm welcome from several party members like Dharmendra Pradhan, Jual Oram, KB Singhdeo, Basant Panda and the new joinee Giridhar Gamang.
BJP’s two-day national executive meeting has begun at Bhubaneshwar on Saturday. There was discuss a host of issues including the elections in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka.
After giving floral tributes at the Biju Patnaik Statue on his way to Raj Bhawan square, PM was seen waving at the huge crowd welcoming him on the both sides of the road. People were seen welcoming their beloved leader with chanting ‘Modi Modi’ chants.
The BJP’s national executive is also likely to discuss the next Presidential candidate. Besides, the party would focus on Odisha.
The Prime Minister visited Lingaraj Temple. After offering puja to Lord Lingaraj, Modi visited the temple of Goddess Bhubaneswari and Parbati.
Modi is to felicitate members of 16 families associated with the Paika rebellion of 1817 during the meet. Paika rebellion is considered as the first armed mutiny against the British rule in the state. The move is expected to boost the BJP’s standing in the state.
It is learnt that, the PM would spend around 45 minutes at the Raj Bhawan before leaving for Janta Maidan to attend the national executive body meeting of the party.
The two-day BJP national executive meet gets underway in Bhubaneshwar on Saturday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah set their sights on unconquered territories ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
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