New Delhi: The ruling BJP and its mentor organisation RSS will meet in the first week of September to coordinate on issues related to government functioning and the ground impact of central programmes.
The coordination meet between the BJP and RSS aims to provide the government with feedback from the field for further tweaking and improvement of schemes and programmes.
Sources said top BJP and RSS leaders will meet for three days in the first week of September to deliberate on sectoral achievements of the government as well as gaps.
Titled ‘Samanvaya’, the coordination meeting is a regular affair in the current dispensation which uses the platform to seek feedback from workers and RSS affiliates engaged in varied sectors like education, agriculture, health, economy, tribal affairs, among others.
Sources said the meeting had been convened to ensure that organisations affiliated to the Sangh don’t air their concerns and grievances against the government in public, and discuss such matters on formal party and organisational forums.
The timing of the three-day coordination meeting is significant considering it is being held on the eve of Bihar elections.
It also comes after some RSS affiliates openly came out against the government’s land ordinance forcing it on the back foot. Top RSS leaders and union ministers will participate.