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PM may stress on reviving economy in BJP conclave

In his speech, the Prime Minister is expected to dispel concerns over the economy and lay down his government's economic, political agenda. The "extended executive" meeting is being attended by almost 1,400 MLAs, 337 MPs, all MLCs and group leaders from states.

Earlier, Shah inaugurated the party office-bearers meeting - which finalises the agenda and resolutions to be passed at the following day's main event - at the NDMC Convention Centre here. "Look at the huge corruption while the Congress was in power", Shah said at the party's national executive meet in Delhi.

More than four lakh party workers covered the 4,100 state assembly seats to strengthen the party and shared the development measures initiated by the government, party general secretary Bhupender Yadav had said.

Modi, who will deliver the valedictory address on Monday, may use the opportunity to highlight his government's pro-poor measures and other policy decisions.

■ It was also chose to take forward prime minister Modi's "Swachh Bharat" mission and the resolve to establish a "New India" and make them a success, he said. At the meeting, Shah also lashed out at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi for his comments on dynastic rule during his visit to the United States. The party national executive is expected to pass resolutions on political and economic issues and will bring out a road map of the government for the next one and half year.

Goyal said that the BJP president had announced that party workers would undertake a padyatra in Kerala from October 3 to 17. Shah will also take stock of the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Vistarak Campaign, and explain to delegates how to go about expanding the party that already boasts of being the largest political outfit with more than 11 crore members.

The rollout of GST has been described by the party as a major success of the government, which the BJP intends to assert, will integrate the country's economy.

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