Prime Minister Modi, Amit Shah will meet the Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states in Delhi

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New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Amit Shah will meet today to discuss the main issues with Chief Ministers and Deputy Chief Ministers of all party ruled states. 

The Prime Minister and the party president will discuss the development and social welfare being done in their respective states. 

According to sources, in addition to 13 Chief Ministers and six Deputy Chief Ministers, some cabinet ministers have participated in the meeting. 

After BJP came to power in 2014, it will be the third meeting of the Chief Minister of Gujarat, but after the first such exercise, after joining hands with JD (U) in Bihar, the government became a government.

 It will be the first meeting of the Nitish Kumar-led Janata Dal United (NDA) after formally joining the NDA. According to party sources, "The discussions that are going to be held in the meeting are expected to revolve around the implementation of key plans of the Center in the states and the development works are being done there. 

The meeting is being organized after Shah exposing the blue print for the 2019 elections, which can also be included in the conversation. 

Shah asked the party leaders to pay attention to the 120 general seats in the 2014 elections and are aiming for more than 350 in the next general elections.

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