Bhubaneswar, July 4: Bhartiya Janata Party President Amit Shah received a warm welcome after he started his three-day visit to Odisha from July 3 and is scheduled to attend a party workers’ conference in Ganjam district today. This visit aims to strengthen the saffron roots in Odisha.
The party workers conference will be held at Ambapua Ground at Hungulapada village in Kukudakhandi of Ganjam district, informed Odisha BJP President Basant Panda at a press conference.
Besides, the BJP’s National President would also visit Arengan in Binjharpur of Jajpur district to attend a meeting at Panikoili. On the last day of his tour, Shah would go to Basantpur village under Tikarpada panchayat near Dhauli in Khurdha district, where he would meet with Zilla Parishad (ZP) members, block presidents and Vice-Presidents.
“Amit Shah’s visit is a part of the BJP’s ongoing strategy to strengthen the party in Odisha under the ‘Mo Booth Sabuthu Majboot’ programme,” said Panda. Shah would leave for Delhi at 6 pm after holding a discussion with senior party leaders at 4.30 am on July 6.
During the second week of April, the party held its national executive meeting which discussed establishing Saffron in Odisha and accomplishing the demands of the people. Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled States and Union Ministers will be visiting different districts of Odisha as part of the nation-wide ‘Modi Fest’ to mark the party’s third anniversary at the Centre.