BJP national executive review Party performance

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BJP president Amit Shah will deliver the inaugural address at the event, which will also see an exhibition of events associated with the centenary celebrations of Upadhyaya, founding general secretary of the Jan Sangh.

On Sunday, Shah iaugurated the office-bearers' meeting to finalise the agenda and resolutions likely to be passed at the Monday meet.

The party is set to hold the "extended national executive" meeting in New Delhi's Talkatora Stadium on the birth anniversary of its idealogue Deendayal Upadhyay.

On the first day, party's national office bearers, state chiefs and other key organizational leaders reviewed the organisational's works. During the PM's address, he is expected to discuss the falling GDP and economy slowdown, and highlight the successes in boosting transparency and curbing black money, party sources said.

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The PM will use the occasion to emphasise how his government has worked for the well-being of the poorest of the poor. But it will also focus on providing the delegates with arguments against criticism of the government's economic policy.

At least three senior BJP leaders have admitted that the ruling party has been facing questions and concerns from workers across the country over fuel prices, the demonetisation impact and the government's failure to produce jobs as promised.

According to BJP sources, the party's resolution will likely assert that the economy is doing better under the NDA government as compared to the previous UPA government. The GST roll-out has been described by the party as a major success. Perhaps, that explains "How the BJP wins", a book written by Hindustan Times associate editor Prashant Jha and released by deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi, at the Asian Development Research Institute (ADRI) on Friday. Party insiders think that the Rohingya issue would have political repercussions and will have its impact in the upcoming elections.

With the government facing challenges on the economy's front, the key agenda before the meet is how to gear up the states' machinery to implement various schemes and create an atmosphere of trust among voters ahead of the next round of Assembly polls and the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, sources said on Sunday.

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