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12K leaders, workers will attend BJP meet

DNMUM429774 | 1/11/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :286 | India



New Delhi: Preparations are on in full swing at the Ramlila Maidan for BJP’s National Council meet to be held on January 11-12. Senior leaders from national and Delhi unit took stock of the preparations a day ahead to ensure “smooth sailing” of the party’s biggest meeting ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
A “temporary PMO (Prime Minister’s Office)” has also been set up at the venue as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to address thousands of delegates from across the country.
Delhi BJP co-incharge Tarun Chugh said that the PM may attend his routine work from the temporary PMO at the Ramlia Maidan. The PMO will have all facilities, including wi-fi. “The PM will remain present on both days of the meeting,” Chugh said.
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