Lucknow: Sharpening its attack on the Central dispensation for its biasedness, the BJP and its alliance-ruled states will prepare a common front against the UPA government. The Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states reached here to participate in the National Working Committee meeting and listed all the controversial issues to inform the central leadership.

The Karnataka episode, which strained the relation between the Central government and BJP, dominated National Working Committee.

The party decided to launch an anti-government campaign with the help of Chief Ministers of the BJP-ruled states and passed a resolution in this effect. The Chief Ministers of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chattisgarh, Karnataka will list those issues which have been neglected by the Central Government. 

Video clippings of Chief Ministers’ statements have prepared in the meeting, which highlight discrimination towards non-Congress ruled states. The clipping will also give details of those projects which are hang-firing owing to the Centre’s negligence.

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has registered seven major issues which have been held up because of Central Government’s slackness. The state was hit by natural calamities in 2010, which caused huge loss of public fund. The state sought Rs 21,000 from the Centre, but only Rs 600 crore was allocated.