Bhopal, Sep 15 (UNI) Senior BJP leaders, including former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, would take part in the public meeting to be held on the last day of the party's three-day national executive meet on September 23.
BJP spokesperson Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, who was here to review preparations for the meeting, told reporters today that the meeting would raise issues like separatist and pro-terrorist polices of the Centre and failure of the Centre on economic front besides criminal negligence on sensitive issues such as 'Ram Setu'.
The decision was taken at a party meeting organised here today.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, state party President Narendra Singh Tomar and other senior party office-bearers were present in the meeting.
Besides Mr Vajpayee, senior BJP leader L K Advani, BJP President Rajnath Singh and Chief Minister of BJP-ruled states would address the meeting.
Commenting upon the 'Ram Setu' issue, Mr Naqvi said the government had hurt the feelings of people by filing a false affidavit.
He said the national executive meeting would pass resolutions on corruption, terrorism and internal security besides other issues.
He gave clean chit to the BJP-ruled state government claiming that development and not corruption was main issue in the state.