Bengaluru, April 1: The BJP's National Executive Meet, the first since the party formed the government at the Centre is expected to be a power packed event.
The meet which will commence tomorrow and go on till April 4th will be held at the Hotel Ashok.
The BJP's national president Amit Shah will land in Bengaluru on Wednesday at 7 pm, S Prakash the spokesperson for the BJP informed OneIndia.
Go to town with PM's initiatives
The meet will focus on the achievements of the BJP government over the past year.
The workers will be told to draw out a list of the Prime Minister's achievements and ensure that they are conveyed to the remotest corners of the country.
The PM has led a corruption free government for the past year and this needs to be told the people of the country who have a world of expectations from the government.
Several drafting committees have been formed to piece together the agenda of the party and also its achievements, BJP leaders informed.
The slogan 'We have come to give and not take' will feature high at the meet.
This slogan has been drafted with an intention of clearing doubts of the people regarding the Land Acquisition Bill.
The Bill has run into troubled waters in the Rajya Sabha thanks to the opposition and the BJP would want its workers to tell the farming community that what is being portrayed by the opposition is wrong.
Focus on foreign policy
A drafting committee which would include senior leaders such as Ram Madhav has been formed to draft the achievements of the Prime Minister in foreign policy.
The points would be conveyed to the workers of the party from across the nation.
The primary idea is for the workers to highlight these achievements and convey to the public the same.
This is an important feature during the meet since the party hopes to ride on the foreign policy success during the forthcoming elections.
Moreover, this would also be one of the key slogans for the party workers who will be told to move heaven and earth and increase the party's quota especially in the Southern states.
Bengaluru was chosen as the venue for several reasons and one of them was to ensure that it is used as a gateway to the Southern states.
The BJP's primary focus would be on Tamil Nadu.
In Karnataka where the party is stronger compared to the rest of the Southern states, the meet would look to increase its tally.
The BJP workers from Karnataka will be given an additional role to increase the prospects of the party in the Southern states.