BJP To Review The Performance Of Its Cms
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party, with an eye on the coming general elections, has been taking every care to ensure a better success next time. As part of its exercise, it has asked all BJP chief ministers and deputy chief ministers for a periodic performance review in Delhi on coming Monday.
The meeting will be held at party headquarters at 6 pm Monday, and will be chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The BJP president Amit Shah will also be present.
This review meeting taking place just ahead of a long-pending cabinet and party reshuffles at the centre is assuming importance. It is expected that more than 13 BJP CMs and six deputy CMs would participate in the review meeting.
Earlier, the BJP-ruled states were asked to send details on the progress made on various state-and-central-sponsored schemes and other developmental works.
Some chief ministers who have successfully implemented some innovative, flagship schemes were asked to make presentations, so that others can change them a bit suiting their needs and implement them.
In the previous meeting, the party high command emphasized on two issues, and one of them one is for a mechanism for better co-ordination with the central government and particularly PMO. For this, the chief ministers were asked to nominate a nodal officer in their offices.
Importance is also being given to proper implementation of government schemes. The aim of the party is to make the schemes available to grass-root level in rural areas, so as to win their confidence.