New Delhi, May 29 (UNI) A buoyant BJP, poised to form its first government in the south after emerging victorious in the Karnataka assembly elections, will review its preparedness for the coming assembly polls and the Lok Sabha elections at the party's two-day National Executive, commencing here on June one.
''The party considers itself fully geared up to propel ahead on the highway to victory and will approach the Executive as an instrument to achieve the twin objectives of Vijay Sankalp and Rashtra Nirman (Pledge of victory and Nation building),'' BJP Vice President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi told newspersons.
The states going to polls would submit their report to the Executive regarding their preparedness and the ways to counter the political opponents in the run up to the Lok Sabha elections.
''Every state will give a blueprint about its strategy for the Lok Sabha polls.'' The meet will start with an address by BJP President Rajnath Singh at Parliament Annexe and the concluding remarks will be delivered by party Prime Ministerial candidate L K Advani.
The Executive would deliberate and pass three resolutions, attacking the ''wrong policies'' of the UPA government, price rise and inflation. There will also be a separate resolution on the country's policies with its neighbours.
The meet would adopt a strong and aggressive stand against the Centre and its wrong policies and plan agitational programmes wherever required, Mr Naqvi said.
The issue of the Gujjar agitation in Rajasthan, which has claimed over 30 lives, would be taken up and the Executive would discuss ways of resolving the problem through discussions.
The Executive was scheduled to held in Jaipur but got postponed in the light of the violent agitation by the Gujjar community seeking Scheduled Tribes status.
The meeting, to be presided over by Mr Rajnath Singh, would be attended by 200 National Executive members.
Top BJP leaders L K Advani, Jaswant Singh and former BJP Presidents Murli Manohar Joshi and M Venkaiah Naidu, Chief Ministers, Deputy Chief Ministers and senior ministers of 11 BJP and NDA ruled states would be present at the meet. State party Presidents, General Secretaries (Organisation) and Leaders of Opposition where the party was not in power would also be there.
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