Bhubaneswar: The scheduled visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Odisha capital on February 10 has been postponed, a report said.
The new date for the visit will be determined after the conclusion of the two-day national convention of the BJP in New Delhi.
Originally, the Prime Minister was slated to address a large gathering of women from 20 states in the state capital on February 10. However, the program had to be called off due to the party’s decision to convene the national council meeting on February 16, followed by a two-day national executive committee meeting on February 17 and 18 in New Delhi.
The specific date for the Prime Minister’s visit to the state is expected to be finalized in the third week of February. Although February 21 or 22 are being considered as potential dates for his attendance at the women’s convention, nothing has been confirmed yet.
The party has arranged for two national conventions of women, one in Bhubaneswar and the other in Bhopal, both of which are slated to be addressed by the Prime Minister.