New Delhi, Mar 26 (UNI) A meeting of the Chief Ministers of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will take place here on March, 29 to take stock of various programmes implemented in ten states of the country.
The meeting chaired by the Leader of the Opposition will review various development programmes implemented by the BJP and its allies in the states ahead of Assembly elections in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattissgarh which are going for polls this year, while the Parliament elections will have to be held before May 2009.
The focus will be on dispensing of various programmes of development and progress to the people as an antidote for removing poverty, unemployment and corruption.
The BJP has its governments in Uttarkhand, Himachal Pradesh states while it shares power with the Janata Dal (United) in Bihar, the Akali Dal in Punjab and the Biju Janata Dal in Orissa.
In the meanwhile BJP National Scheduled Tribes Morcha President Ananth Nayak in a statement urged that the NDA CM's meeting should discuss issues concerning the policies and welfare programmes meant for the tribal population of the country.
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