Bangalore, Oct 7: The legislature party meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party today took stock of the meetings held at the party headquarters in Delhi during the last two days.
Later the leaders and legislators headed towards Mahatma Gandhi statue in bedecked vehicles to take part in the rally organised by the party.
The rally was organised to protest the 'betrayal' of the JD(S) which refused to hand over the Chief Minsiter's post to the BJP. It would culminate in Raj Bhavan where the leaders would hand over the letter to Governor Rameshwar Thakur formally withdrawing the support to the JD(S) in the afternoon.
Party leader B S Yediyurappa told newspersons that the meeting discussed the two-day meeting held in Delhi in which the party high command had decided to pull out of the coalition.
He said after the launch of its protest against JD(S) action, the BJP would launch a state wide protests beginning from Siddaganga Math in Tumkur tomorrow. A protest march would be organised in which a large number of party workers and supporters would take out a 60-km 'padayatra' from Tumkur to the city, he said.
From October 16, the party would organise protests rallies from all district headquarters, he added.