Polling for the elections held in nine phases concluded on 12th May and the saffron party must be brimming with confidence mainly after the exit poll results indicated that it would gain majority in the Lower House. (JPN/Agencies)
"Three leaders - Rajnath, Jaitley and Gadkari will come to Ahmedabad tomorrow and meet Modi in Gandhinagar," state BJP spokesperson Harsad Patel said on Tuesday.
He said that BJP president Rajnath Singh, along with Arun Jaitley and Nitin Gadkari will discuss election-related issues as well as the situation after announcement of results with Modi.
In the run up to their meeting with Modi on Wednesday, Rajnath Singh and his predecessor had a long meeting at the former’s residence in New Delhi discussing the party's future strategy. They also held confabulations with senior RSS leaders, sources said in the national capital.
Gadkari had a meeting with Modi in Gandhinagar on Monday.
As part of the flurry of high-level meetings, Gadkari met party veteran Lal Krishna Advani in Delhi on Tuesday and discussed with him the unfolding situation and the post-poll scenario.
"As BJP is the obvious front-runner to form the government, party leaders are meeting to strategize over likely scenarios which are expected to be thrown up on May 16 when the counting of votes take place," a party source said.
Sources said that top party leaders have been meeting each other for the last couple of days.
Rajnath Singh has met Sushma Swaraj while Modi held meetings with a number of leaders, including Singh, besides the Sangh leadership and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh.
Earlier, Modi and Rajnath Singh had separately met top RSS leaders.
There is speculation in party circles over the future role of Rajnath Singh - whether he will remain BJP chief or join the government if NDA returns to power at the Centre.
Polling for the elections held in nine phases concluded on 12th May and the saffron party must be brimming with confidence mainly after the exit poll results indicated that it would gain majority in the Lower House.