BJP chief Nitin Gadkari indirectly attacked Congress President Sonia Gandhi and General Secretary Rahul Gandhi saying that the five-point action plan against corruption announced by Gandhi during the Congress plenary was an eyewash.
"Sermons, declaration of multi-point programmes and empty appeals to political functionaries who are your own appointees will make no impact," Nitin Gadkari said his written address to the meet.
BJP General Secretary Ravi Shankar Prasad said that people under UPA-II are suffering from price rise and corruption galore. He added that corruption has become the signature tune of the UPA government.
The two-day National Executive Committee Meet will end on Sunday, Jan 9.