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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with BJP chief Amit Shah and the party's general secretaries tomorrow during which they are expected to take stock of the current political situation. A party leader said the top organisational leaders have received an invite for the meeting. The meeting comes as the party gears up to fight a number of assembly polls, including the key election to the Karnataka Assembly, and the Modi government readies to present its final full-fledged budget. The BJP has been running a high voltage campaign in poll-bound states of Tripura and Meghalaya, both of which are likely to go to polls next month, and Karnataka, where elections are expected to take place in May.
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