BJP President Amit Shah on Wednesday held a meeting with the ministers of Rajasthan government, the first such interaction he had with them, and discussed various programmes of the government among other issues.
"Chief Minister gave presentation about the works of the government and the ministers also discussed their works with the party chief. Internal security issues with special reference to the state were also discussed in the meeting," BJP state president Ashok Parnami said after the meeting was over.
Shah was told about the financial situation of the state when the BJP government was formed in 2013, he said.
Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and all the Rajasthan ministers, including cabinet and MoS, were part of the meeting held at a hotel here.
BJP’s national vice president Avinash Khanna and national joint general secretary V Satishan were also present in the meeting.
"There was no complaint about the work of any minister.
There was a positive message about the government’s functioning. The national president admired the work of the state government," he said.
Earlier in the day, Shah was received by Raje and the state President Parnami at Jaipur airport, following which they headed for the meeting.
"We are working with a mission to win 2018 Assembly elections and 2019 Lok Sabha elections and we will get success," Parnami said.