New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday March 24 met the BJP MPs from Gujarat at his official residence here.
Sources said that all the BJP MPs from both the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were present in the meeting with Prime Minister Modi. It is learnt that Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who is a Lok Sabha member from Gujarat, was also present in the meeting.
The meeting lasted for around half an hour, sources said. A BJP MP from Gujarat said that Prime Minister Modi interacted with the BJP MPs from the state and asked about their work in the parliamentary constituency.
“It was a routine meeting which the Prime Minister holds during a Parliament session with MPs of different states. Today, he invited the MPs from Gujarat and discussed issues related to the state and asked about the work we are doing in our area. He advised us to work for the people,” he said.
On Wednesday, Prime Minister Modi had met the BJP MPs from Jharkhand and Bihar and discussed issues concerning both the states.
Prime Minister Modi regularly meets BJP MPs during the Parliament sessions. Sometimes, he meets the BJP MPs on a region wise or State wise basis.
“In these meetings the Prime Minister listens to the concerns of the MPs and addresses them. He also guides them to improve their functioning,” a BJP leader said.