However, BJP on Friday, Feb 24 declared that the party decided to cancel the session as it would be campaigning for the upcoming by-polls in the state.
BJP President Nitin Gadkari reached Bangalore on Friday to inaugurate the session. Karnataka BJP had organised a two-day session - Chintan Manthan, a brainstorming session to give moral lesson to all its legislators including MLAs, MPs and workers.
The initiative was taken by the party as the first BJP government in the south has seen more controversies than achievements so far.
Meanwhile, Yeddyurappa met Gadkari and expressed his disappointment with the party's decision to retain Sadananda Gowda as Chief Minister of the state. Here it can be recalled that Yeddyurappa earlier had given Feb 27 as deadline to BJP to take its final decision on the CM post.