The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is celebrating its 38th foundation day on April 6 at Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) ground. On the occasion, National president Amit Shah will address 300,000 party workers in Mumbai and will unveil a new development model for the country ahead of 2019 polls.
300,000 party workers have arrived from Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, said Maharashtra BJP president Danve Patil.
The BJP statement reveals that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with party workers of five Lok Sabha seats and with the presidents of 734 district units via video conferencing and will also answer their queries.
Amit Shah’s schedule for the day is already decided. He will address the mega rally in BKC at 12 pm. Later, he will hold a press conference at around 4 pm, and then will hold a meeting with legislators from Maharashtra at 5 pm.
The rally will showcase party’s strength in the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
In addition to Shah, Union ministers hailing from Maharashtra and other BJP leaders will also address the mega rally.
The chief minister of Nagaland, Jammu & Kashmir and others have extended their wishes to BJP on its foundation day.
Following the arrival of Amit Shah, Yuva Morcha took out the bike rally to welcome party president that reportedly resulted in huge traffic congestion on Western Express Highway between Dindoshi and Vakola.