Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the keynote address at a two-day conference of chief ministers of BJP-ruled states on 'good governance', beginning near Mumbai today.
"The conference will focus on review in a minute manner of department-wise implementation of poll manifesto in each state where we are in power," programme organiser Vinay Sahasrbuddhe said.
The meet, to be held at Sangh Parivar's training centre Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhini, would also discus out-of-the-box initiatives taken in BJP-ruled states and also the level of state government participation in Central government-sponsored schemes, he said.
Named Suraj-Sankalp (commitment to good governance), the conference will focus on review of some noteworthy and innovative welfare or development initiatives.
The conclave would be inaugurated by BJP chief Nitin Gadkari, who is of the view that party cadre would have to undergo training programmes.
The programme has been designed by Sahasrabuddhe and other senior leaders on the lines of training programmes run for RSS leaders.
In the evening, chief ministers or their representatives would make presentations on the development work done in their states, Sahasrabuddhe said.
Party general secretary Dharmendra Pradhan, former Uttarakhand chief minister BC Khanduri, deputy leader of BJP in Lok Sabha Gopinath Munde and former Delhi unit president Harshvardhan would conduct a session on relations between party and government.
Senior BJP leader LK Advani would attend the concluding session of the conference on June 6, he said.