Bengaluru, Mar 17: In an effort to bolster its chances in West Bengal, BJP has called all the general secretaries and leaders of the state for a two-day meeting with party president Amit Shah which starts on Tuesday, March 17.
"They will present Shah with the draft blueprint," said BJP national secretary Siddharth Nath Singh.
BJP central leadership on Monday had expressed unhappiness to the leaders for failing to reap benefit of the political vacuum in the state after the Lok Sabha polls.
Addressing a gathering Singh and state workplace bearers, Singh requested them to work hard in the state and use the political state of affairs in favour of BJP.
Sources say that a senior leader lambasted at state leaders' inability to take fight head-on with TMC after several names of its leaders cropped up cropped up in the Saradha chit fund scam.
On TMC secretary Mukul Roy joining BJP, Singh said that they will not accept any scam tainted leaders, and added that duty lies with the leaders to convey this message to the cadres and masses.
The leaders also said that Singh has made it loud and clear that they want to win the 2016 Assembly polls with majority.
Political analysts share the views that BJP has to put its best foot forward to win the state.