NEW DELHI: BJP chief Amit Shah is learnt to have met the RSS top brass in Nagpur on Monday. While the meeting was described within the party as a routine interaction, it was learnt that a few of the issues, including upcoming Presidential election, vacancies of Governors and third anniversary of the NDA government figured in the parley.
The BJP sources said that Shah had a scheduled programme in Nagpur as part of the nation wide programme to celebrate the third anniversary of the NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the centre.
"The BJP chief discussed the evolving scenario of the Presidential election in which the party is comfortably placed despite the attempts of the Opposition to come together. It will be, however, premature to suggest that any name for the Presidential poll was discussed as there is enough time on hand," sources said.
The BJP chief was also learnt to have informed the RSS top brass about the 20 days long programme to take the achievements of the Modi government to the people across the country. Sources said that the BJP chief also discussed the vacancies of Governors positions and filling them after the July Presidential election.