Gowda said that all aspects of governance as well as coordination with the party will be discussed during the two-day brainstorming session scheduled to be started on Feb 24.
Earlier, on Feb 21 the chief minister had said that he has been in constant touch with B S Yeddyurappa discussing various issues pertaining to the state and there was no differences between him and his predecessor.
However, the Chief Minister refused to comment on the remark made by Yeddyurappa that efforts are being made within the party to divide the Lingayat community. "I am not aware of the context in which the statement was made. It would be better if you ask him," he said.