New Delhi, Sep 9: The two-day long BJP national executive meet will conclude here on Sunday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the valedictory session of BJP national executive meet.The meeting is being attended by its national leadership, senior leaders from all states and office bearers. This is the first national executive meeting which is being held in "absence" of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
BJP leaders are working out strategy for upcoming assembly polls in five states and for Lok Sabha elections.
BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday in his inaugural address described the attempted grand alliance of opposition parties as an "eyewash, mirage and based on falsehood" and asked the party workers to expose them and also their alleged hypocritical stance on vital issues like Urban Naxal issue and matters concerning Indian economy.
Mr Shah said, the parties, which are in grand alliance, have been defeated by BJP even after 2014 and such alliance will not make any difference.
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman later told reporters that the BJP chief also pointed out how the opposition parties had moved no-confidence motion against the Modi government. Such a move brought by the opposition in Parliament shows their frustration and disruptive politics.
He said, BJP led government is working on making India, while Congress is indulging in politics of 'breaking India'. (UNI)