Top party brass, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and senior leaders and ministers, will participate in the deliberations in which political and economic resolutions will be adopted, sources said.

The 'pro-poor and pro-village' budget will be at the centre of the economic resolution, they said.

Shah will deliver the inaugural speech while Modi will deliver the valedictory address.

Sources added that the 'disinformation' campaign by Congress to 'defame' the government, the Ishrat Jahan and JNU rows besides the budget features will be the key issues on the agenda.

Elections to five state assemblies in April-May will be part of the deliberations during which Uttar Pradesh, which will go to the polls early next year and where BJP's stakes are high, may also figure.

The event will provide the party yet another opportunity to project its hardline nationalist credentials in the wake of the JNU row.

All top party leaders, including Shah, had hit out at Congress, particularly its vice president Rahul Gandhi, over the issue at a Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha convention recently.

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