New Delhi: Caught in a piquant position after the recent corruption allegations at Karnataka, Uttarakhand and Punjab, Bharatiya Janata Party think-tank has decided to teach a lesson on good governance to party members. Seven Chief Ministers from BJP ruled states, and Deputy CM of Bihar and senior leaders from Punjab are expected to attend the two-day meet called by party high command from Monday.

Albeit, this is not for the first time when BJP has organised such meet with CMs. Previously too, party seniors had held meetings with CMs on the issue of good governance, but the efforts failed to derive the desired results.

However, under flak from all corners for corruption charges in different states, the forthcoming meeting has become even more significant for BJP.

Giving this information, party spokesperson, JP Nadda said, “National president Nitin Gadkari will preside over the meeting, whereas the concluding remark will be made by party stalwart LK Advani.” The other senior party members who are likely to attend the meet include Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley, Murli Manohar Joshi and Rajnath Singh and members of parliamentary board.

After discussing several crucial issues, party stalwarts will prepare a charter on good governance, which will be implemented in all the BJP ruled states. The changes made by Congress in the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and the strong response of UPA allies to the PAC report on 2G spectrum case, are among the major points to be discussed in the meeting.

JPN/Bureau