Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislators at 11 am today. The prime minister will do a video interaction with BJP MPs and MLAs through 'Narendra Modi App', the party said on social media.
According to sources, all the party MLAs and MPs have been informed to download the NaMo App, if they don't have it already, and keep their phones free today for the video call.
PM Modi is expected to seek feedback from his party legislators on Centre governments schemes, among other things. He is also likely to discuss strategy for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections.
"Looking forward to connecting with my valued colleagues from all over India during this unique interaction," PM Modi tweeted.
Looking forward to connecting with my valued colleagues from all over India during this unique interaction. https://t.co/MzE9hVv6vN— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 21, 2018
Earlier, PM Modi had addressed his partymen through an audio bridge on April 11, wherein he had urged them to observe a day-long fast against the parliament washout.