Chittorgarh, Oct 27 (UNI) Rajasthan BJP's two-day State Executive Meet concluded today with a call to partymen to expose the failures of UPA Government at the Centre before the people and propagate the achievements of the Vasundhara Raje government to seek voters' support for the next state Assembly elections due to be held by the end of 2008.
The Executive Meet adopted a resolution condemning UPA's ''misrule'' at the Centre and demanding immediate measures to arrest price rise, solve problems of farmers and provide unemployment allowance to the unemployed youth.
The Executive Committee also adopted a resolution to praise the Vasundhara Raje government's good governance and achievements and called upon the workers to work hard to seek people's votes for the party in the next Assembly elections.
The meeting was attended by former Deputy Prime Minister L K Advani, BJP General Secretaries Gopinath Munde and Om Prakash Mathur, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, state party president Mahesh Sharma, former state party presidents Hari Shankar Bhabhra and K K Goyal and several other leaders.
However, several prominent leaders, including ministers, sitting MPs, former state presidents and a number of district presidents remained absent. They were mostly from dissident camps.
The ongoing dissident activities and infighting in the ruling BJP state unit had also attracted a reference by Mr Advani in his speech, where he cautioned all party ranks and files to stick to discipline and maintain self-restraint.