Bangalore, Sep 11 (UNI) A 100 days after forming its government for the first time south of the Vindhyas in Karnataka, the BJP is going all out to recapture power at the Centre and in the other states in which it is not in power.
Briefing reporters on the three-day National Executive beginning here tomorrow, BJP General Secretary and spokesperson Mukthar Abbas Naqvi told reporters that the party's Prime Ministerial candidate L K Advani and National President Rajnath Singh would address a mammoth rally in the city on Friday.
''This National Executive will lead to the BJP realising its dream of sweeping the elections in the coming Assembly and Lok Sabha,'' he said.
The BJP would also take out a 'Vijay Sankalp Yatra' (Comprehensive Victory Rally) from September 13 starting in Bangalore.
He said more than 200 Executive members, 36 state Unit Presidents, Chief Ministers from seven BJP ruled States and other leaders would attend the National Executive.
Topics on Social and Economic issues, internal security, preparation and strategy for Assembly Elections in six states and Lok Sabha elections thereafter would be discussed in the Executive, he said and added other important issues that would be taken up include the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) 'drama' , Price rise and 'Cash for Vote'.
Seven Sessions would be held during the three-day meet. Mr Rajnath Singh would address the inaugural session tomorrow where reports from state units and other issues relating to the organisation of the party would be taken up. The party would finalise the formation of Booth Committees on the first day.
On September 13 political resolutions would be discussed, while preparation and strategy for forthcoming elections would be deliberated. Nation and state wide planning would be discussed.
In the evening, the 'Yatra' would be flagged off with Mr Advani and Mr Singh addressing the public.
On September 14, resolutions would be adopted and discussion on future strategies of the party would be discussed.
Mr Naqvi said the party would launch a nationwide campaign to highlight the failures of UPA.
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