Modi attends BJP parliamentary board meeting in Delhi

New Delhi/Ahmedabad, May 17(AIR): After securing a handsome 337 majority win for the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the 2014 general elections, prime minister-designate Narendra Modi will arrive in national capital New Delhi on Saturday morning to take part in a roadshow to celebrate his victory, and will also attend a meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Board at the party headquarters in Lutyen’s Delhi.

Modi attends BJP parliamentary board meeting in Delhi


The BJP has decided to use his journey from the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) to the BJP headquarters as a victory procession.

In the board meeting, the party will discuss the future course of action, including the shape and structure of the new government. The Delhi Police has issued a traffic advisory asking commuters to avoid certain roads that fall on or around the route that the Modi roadshow will take.

According to the advisory, from 10 a.m.onwards, no traffic exiting from Terminal-3 shall be allowed to go on the Central Spine Road and Tunnel Road and Aerocity. All traffic shall be diverted straight towards Centaur Hotel and Mahipalpur on National Highway Eight.

Meanwhile, BJP flags and posters of Modi have been installed on the route of the roadshow, and supporters of the BJP have expressed hope for good days ahead, and jobs, under Modi’s stewardship of the central government.

“The Modi Government has come. I think the youth will get employment now. I have lot of expectation from this new government,” said a local resident.

Another local said: We want jobs. I just want to request him ( Narendra Modi) to find solutions to the problems which our nation is facing right now.”

One more said: “I think good days are ahead now. We are looking forward for safety, security and prosperity.”

In Ahmedabad, security has been tightened around the airport in anticipation of Modi’s arrival for departure to New Delhi.

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