On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met BJP Parliamentarians, who belongs to the age group of 47-56 years over breakfast, reports sources.
On Thursday, PM Modi will meet Parliamentarians from his party, who are aged above 56 years, it said.
Yesterday’s meeting was the sixth in a series of interactions the Prime Minister has been holding with the BJP Parliamentarians.
The BJP lawmakers have been separated into seven groups. The Prime Minister had already met the Parliamentarians, who belongs to the backward class, young lawmakers, and those who were once the Ministers, said sources.
These meetings have been scheduled so that BJP Lawmakers from both the Houses get an option to directly interact with PM Modi, who will guide them and discuss several key issues, especially those related to the Parliament, said a party leader.
In the meeting with young lawmakers, the Prime Minister had said that they should presume themselves in serving the society as people appreciate it more than hard-core politics.
BJP National Chief and Home Minister Amit Shah, and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi are the only Union Ministers, who are also part of these meet. This meeting was also attended by the BJP working Chief JP Nadda.
During the 16th Lok Sabha, the Prime Minister met all party lawmakers in every session of the Parliament, but they were distinct in terms of their states. In those meetings, PM Modi had also discussed about the agenda of the newly-formed government.