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PM Modi Conducts Massive Roadshow in Delhi prior to BJP’s National Executive Meet

The roadshow was attended by 35 Union Ministers, 12 Chief Ministers, and 37 regional heads

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INDIA: PM Narendra Modi held a resplendent roadshow in Delhi, which is about one kilometre from Patel Chowk to the NDMC Convention Centre in Central Delhi.

BJP chief, JP Nadda addressed the National Office Bearers’ meeting prior to the mega roadshow. PM Modi, had an effective key national executive meeting discussing the crucial factors of bringing in change for the betterment of the country.

PM Modi’s mega roadshow

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The roadshow was attended by 35 Union Ministers, 12 Chief Ministers, and 37 regional heads, among them various BJP stalwarts like Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made their active presence.

The visually grandeur public rally was infused with four-layered security arrangements, PM Modi was seen waving his hands standing out from his car. Whereas, party workers and hardcore supporters have frolicked on the roads and greeted the PM by showering flower petals and hailing the party slogans. 

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Stages were prepared to show folk artists coming from several states performing, while many others sang patriotic songs. JP Nadda also inaugurated a grand exhibition, featuring several themes. The first exhibition theme is “Sewa, Sangathan, aur Samarpan (Service, Organisation, and Dedication)”.

The second one, “Vishwa Guru India,” features India’s contribution to the global fight against COVID and the G20 presidency. The third and final one is “Good Governance First,” displaying steps taken to ensure better governance.

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The initiative aims to raise the consciousness of all Indians by safeguarding age-old monuments such as the reconstruction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya and the rise of Sanatan Dharma across the globe.

As per a recent update, Nadda’s three-year term as the national president ends this month. However, he is likely to lead the party till the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

The biggest Lok Sabha election is set to happen next year. In the meantime, Prime Minister Modi had the second biggest roadshow; in the recent past, he led a roadshow in Karnataka’s Hubbali.

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