Kushinagar: Striving hard to conquer the upcoming UP polls by sidelining the existent weaknesses within the party, the BJP called for a two day-long meeting of party’s working committee.

Coming out with an action plan in the meeting held here, the Bharatiya Janata Party declared that it does not require any alliance with the Samajawadi Party (SP) and the Bahajun Samaj Party (BSP) to secure  its position in UP.

Condemning the Central government for its inaction in curbing corruption, inflation rate and terrorism, party president Nitin Gadkari said that the current political scenario of the country will help the BJP to secure 125-135 Assembly seats in UP.

“Citizens need change and for this party workers need to work in unity and dedicatedly to garner support,” said Gadkari.

Ironically, factionalism and fight for Prime Ministerial post presents sorry state of affairs within the party itself.

In order to woo the rural belt in the state, the party leaders passed proposal for agriculture sector, focusing on the 16 demands of the farmers. Besides, the party discussed Social Justice Committee report to improve racial equation in the state.

Planning to expedite the action plan, the party leaders of the state will visit districts and stage demonstrations from November 15-25. Rallies and public gatherings will be conducted till December 15 and slogans like ‘Save Uttar Pradesh’ will be raised.

JPN/Bureau