Hyderabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a public meeting in Hyderabad on July 3 after the culmination of the national executive meeting. Party is planning to mobilize lakhs of people for the public meeting.
According to newly-elected Rajya Sabha MP K. Laxman, the public meeting will most likely be held at the Parade grounds. "The decision to hold a public meeting involving the Prime Minister and other BJP bigwigs was taken at a meeting convened by party general secretary and in-charge of Telangana affairs Tarun Chugh and state BJP president Bandi Sanjay," Laxman said.
Various options to give Modi a public appearance in the city including a roadshow were discussed. It finally decided to hold a public meeting. The BJP' is hosting a national executive meeting at the NovotelHICC (Madhapur) on July 2 and 3. It will be preceded by a meeting of the party general secretaries on July 1. It will reflect Telangana and Telugu flavor in terms of ambiance, culture, and food" arrangements.
The meeting will be attended by chief ministers of 18 BJP-ruled states besides all the Union cabinet ministers, all state BJP presidents and 350 other national delegates will also be present. "The meeting will be held in such a way that it will reflect the Telangana traditions and culture," the Rajya Sabha member said.
To ensure the success of the public meeting, the saffron party plans to mobilize 30 to 50 people from every booth. Laxman will oversee the work of the 35 odd committees formed to look into different aspects of organizing the national executive meeting for which Prime Minister Narendra Modi, national president J.P. Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief Ministers, and Cabinet Ministers of all the BJP ruled States and at least two representatives from each state will be attending. Several invitees have been fixed at 350 including 70 odd media personnel coming from Delhi with the accommodation being arranged in diff erent hotels in the area.
This is being done to gather support for the BJP in the coming election. Their votes, especially in the twin cities, are crucial for success. After addressing the public meeting on July 3, Modi will be leaving for Bhimavaram in Andhra Pradesh where he would inaugurate a memorial for freedom fighter Alluri Sitarama Raju in his native village.