Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with over one crore party workers on Thursday in the "world's largest video conference" in a bid to ready the cadre for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
"On 28th Feb, PM Modi will interact with over 1 crore BJP 'karyakartas', volunteers and well-wishers, spread across 15,000 locations, in what would be world's largest video conference," BJP chief Amit Shah tweeted.
People can send their question through NaMo app or using the hashtag 'MeraBoothSabseMazboot' (My booth the strongest booth) on social media.
On February 28, Modi is likely to push the BJP agenda and enthuse cadre ahead of the elections. The dates of elections are likely to be announced by the Election Commission in the first week of March.
In his interaction, he is likely to touch upon the work done by his government and its achievements. He is also likely to provide the cadre with a direction on taking on the Congress and other opposition parties, whom he claims have ganged up to defeat him.
Modi has been reaching out to BJP workers and others through video conferencing in the past few months. He has held similar interactions with party workers in batches.