New Delhi: Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states will give a presentation on any of the prominent schemes they are running in their respective states targeting the party's vision of "Antyodaya" at a conclave here on Friday, party sources said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, senior ministers of his cabinet and BJP president Amit Shah will attend the conclave among others at Maharashtra Sadan in central Delhi.
The conclave organised by BJP's Good Governance Cell will also be attended by Deputy Chief Ministers of the party where it is ruling the state with alliance partners and Leaders of Opposition, where the party is not in power.
All the members of BJP parliamentary board will also attend the meet.
Sources told IANS that the day-long interaction will conclude with the Prime Minister's speech, while before this, there will be a presentation of the central government's ambitious schemes.
Earlier, the Chief Ministers will make presentations on one of their ambitious schemes.
"The purpose behind such deliberation is to encourage one state to adopt ambitious schemes of other states," a BJP leader associated with the preparations of the conclave told IANS.
He added that states will be asked to ensure implementation of centrally sponsored schemes at ground level so that benefits could reach to needy people.
An SPG team on Thursday visited Maharashtra Sadan and took stock of security.