Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the first time in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi on Monday after the crushing defeat in the by-elections. This meeting of them will be very important after the Central Government was scolded for the statement of giving inflation as the reason behind the defeat. The CM will attend the first Divya Kashi-Grand Kashi program here. After this, the Chief Ministers and Deputy Chief Ministers of all NDA ruled states will participate in the conference. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will preside over this conference. In the conference, the Prime Minister will discuss the elections of five states including Himachal to be held in 2022. Before leaving for the conference, the CM held a meeting with the high officials and discussed about the flagship programs of the central government. During this, the officials have apprised the CM about the progress made under these programs in the last four years. In the conference, CM Jai Ram Thakur will make everyone aware of this information through a ten-minute presentation. It is believed that this presentation will be the report card of the government for four years. Due to his stay in Varanasi, the CM will not be able to attend the remaining three meetings of the winter session for the next three days. In his absence, only senior minister Mahendra Singh Thakur will head the cabinet to respond to the opposition’s attacks.
Varanasi: Jairam will meet PM Modi for the first time after the by-election
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