Following a meeting of chief ministers of five BJP-ruled states and its Parliamentary board here, general secretary Ananth Kumar told reporters that the election slogan for the party would be Modi for PM.
BJPs Modi for PM campaign will be on the lines of the JP movement that was launched in the Emergency era to throw out the Congress government, Kumar said.
Maintaining that in 1977, the mood had been strongly anti-Congress, Kumar averred that a similar situation exists today. It was a watershed year. Nobody thought the Opposition could garner so many votes, Kumar said.
The recent Assembly election results show that BJP is head and shoulders above its rivals, Kumar claimed. He also revealed that as part of their ambitious campaign, BJP workers will also collect funds under a one vote, one note programme.