BJP President Amit Shah besides a host of union ministers are also likely to attend the three-day 'samanway baithak' (coordination meeting) of the Hindutava organisation which will also discuss the increasing spread of the group.
    
RSS head Mohan Bhagwat will be present through the exercise in which issues like census figures and OROP are likely to come up for discussion.
    
The meeting has acquired extra significance as it comes against the backdrop of the government and ruling BJP involved in a bitter fight with the Opposition over the contentious land bill issue and Bihar polls.
    
Though the coordination meeting happens twice a year, this is likely to be for the first time that Modi will be attending the conclave after becoming the Prime Minister. The meet will have almost double the participation this time, RSS' chief spokesperson Manmohan Vaidya said.
    
Asked if political issues will be discussed, he said all matters concerning the society will be taken up. However, he answered in negative when asked if crucial Bihar polls will also come up for discussion.
    
He said 93 main functionaries of the RSS and its 15 affiliates will "exchange notes" over relevant issues during the coordination meeting.
    
"This time the meeting is bigger. It is happening because lot many things are happening in our society and there will be wider inputs from everybody," he said, playing down reports that the Modi government's work would be reviewed but insisting that all kinds of inputs will be discussed.
    
"This meeting is not meant to review the government's work or take a decision. Nor will it be at the centre of our discussion. But yes we will get all kinds of inputs and discuss that," Vaidya said.

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