"From Sept 17 to 24, we will hold the campaign across the country demanding the Prime Minister's resignation. Manmohan Singh is the first and the main accused in the coal scam. He should resign," BJP General Secretary Ananth Kumar told reporters after a meeting of the party's Core Group headed by president Nitin Gadkari to chalk out its strategy for the agitation.
BJP leaders will lead party workers in a march to the respective Raj Bhawans in various state capitals as part of the agitation called "Raj Bhawan Chalo". They will submit a memorandum to the governor of the state on their demands. Party workers at the district level will carry out similar marches to the district collector's office.
The main Opposition had forced a washout of virtually the whole monsoon session of Parliament on the issue. The strategy to take on the government on corruption, including the coal scam, will be further discussed at the BJP National Executive to be held on Sept 26 and the two-day National Council on Sept 27-28 at Surajkund in Haryana.