PM Narendra Modi to address BJP workers in North Goa through videoconferencing on 27 January
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address BJP's booth-level workers from North Goa parliamentary constituency through video conference on January 27
Booth-level workers will assemble in Panaji to interact with Modi through video-conferencing
This is the PM’s second interaction with Goa BJP workers
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari will be inaugurating the third bridge on Mandovi river on the same day
Panaji: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address BJP's booth-level workers from North Goa parliamentary constituency through video conference on January 27, a senior party leader said Wednesday.
The booth-level workers will assemble in Panaji where they would be able to interact with Modi through a screen, BJP's Goa unit Chief Vinay Tendulkar told reporters here.
This would be the prime minister's second interaction with the BJP workers from Goa.
On January 20, Modi had addressed the party workers from South Goa constituency, and Kolhapur, Hatkanangle, Madha and Satara parliamentary seats in Maharashtra through video conference.
Tendulkar said Union minister Nitin Gadkari would also inaugurate the third bridge across the Mandovi river in Panaji, connecting the capital city to North Goa district, on January 27.
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