Hyderabad: The BJP has evolved a strategy to strengthen its base in Andhra Pradesh keeping in view coming Lok Sabha elections.
AP State party leaders, including State party chief Kanna Laxminarayana met party’s national president Amit Shah and finalised a program. As part of strategy, the State party would organise a massive public meeting to be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the first of January next month.
The meeting would be organised on January 6 at Bibal Mission ground opposite Nagarjuna University where over five lakh people would attend.
According to party sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to attend two meetings in Andhra Pradesh within 30 days next month. The AP State BJP was planning to propagate the Central government’s welfare programs in the State and create awareness. After the public meeting, the AP BJP would organised a Ratha yatra to spread development and corruption-free governance mantra of Modi government.