BJP is also contacting its 65 lakh members with a message from its president Amit Shah as it pulls out all stops to get better of the JD(U)-RJD-Congress alliance in the assembly polls, seen as a neck and neck fight between the two rival groups by most surveys.

Union Ministers J P Nadda, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Thavar Chand Gehlot, Radha Mohan Singh, Narendra Singh Tomar, Giriraj Singh and Ram Kripal Yadav have been made election in-charges of various zones of the state under which all 243 assembly constituencies fall.

Some other party leaders have also joined them in overseeing the entire election apparatus of the party in their respective constituencies, a BJP leader said, sharing details.

He claimed that the party's membership has risen to 80 lakh following its recent membership drive and 65 lakh of them, whose details are verified, will be told to help it win the crucial elections.

Underscoring the value the party has attached to micro managent of its campaign, the BJP leader stated Shah is supervising its war room, which is in Patna, works on a regular basis coordinating the state wide campaign.

BJP is working to ensure that development is the main election plank amid attempts by RJD chief Lalu Prasad to highlight the issue of reservation.