PM Narendra Modi inaugurated the swanky new BJP headquarters in a grand event on February 18
Addressing those in charge of BJP's "Shakti Kendra" here, Amit Shah said BJP had been winning polls in several states and increasing its tally and "it is Karnataka's turn now."
Shah said if there was to be a competition for the most corrupt government, the award for the last five years would go to the one headed by Siddaramaiah.
BJP leaders claimed that over a lakh bikers participated in the event, seen as an attempt by the BJP to consolidate its hold on Jind and adjoining areas including Rohtak and Sonepat
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) will also keep a close watch on the Yuva Hunkar rally as one lakh motorcycles will hit the roads of Jind district.
Abuzz with political activity, these states have been host to both Congress and BJP rallies as the parties prepare to battle each other during state elections in 2018.
Even the UPA government did not share details of defence deals finalised by it for similar reasons of secrecy, Shah said.
Though details of the deliberations were not immediately clear, sources said the political situation in the northeast region was at the centre of the discussion of this meet.
The meeting, which was held at the prime minister's official residence here, lasted more than three hours and was attended by all BJP general secretaries.
The BJP president said Sikhs the world over, by following the path of service and sacrifice, had further increased the glory of Sikh dharma.
A party leader said Shah would deliver his speech in the Upper House on the proposed legislation, which sought to replace an ordinance issued in September to give effect to certain decisions of the GST Council.
Saurabh Patel had been assigned the portfolios of Finance and Urban development. Amit Shah defused the tension by assuring Nitin Patel that he would get these portfolios and his number two position in the party would be secured.
"BJP President Amit Shah today called up early morning and assured me that I will be given a portfolio which is fit for my stature as number two in the Cabinet and as the deputy chief minister," Patel told reporters.
The meeting in Delhi, which kicked off on Thursday, is being attended by RSS Joint General Secretary Dr Krishna Gopal, BJP chief Amit Shah, leaders of RSS-affiliates Swadeshi Jagran Manch, Bhartiya Kisan Sangh, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, Sahakar Bharati, Akhil Bharatiya Grahak Panchayat and Laghu Udyog Bharti.
The BJP has won 44 seats in 68-member House and there are several claimants, including senior leaders and former ministers for a berth in the Cabinet.
The five-time MLA from Seraj in Mandi was elected leader of the BJP legislature party yesterday after the party ousted the Congress from power in the state by winning 44 out of the 68 seats in the Assembly polls.
PM Modi hailed Shah in his address to party workers on Monday, as he acknowledged the BJP chief's hard work and strategy besides his knack of identifying the strength of party leaders and workers, and using them effectively.
Seeking a sixth straight term, the BJP was ahead in 100 seats while the opposition Congress is leading in 70 seats, the Election Commission(EC) trends available for 175 of the 182 seats at stake showed.
Shah, 53, who was elected to the Upper House of Parliament in August, walked in just minutes before the proceedings began.
In a message posted in Gujarati language on Twitter, he said, "Today is the second and final phase of voting, and the BJP has fulfilled the trust of the people since last two decades through its world-class developmental works."
The Congress's complaint came soon after the EC issued a show cause notice to Rahul Gandhi for prima facie violating the model code by giving interviews to Gujarati TV channels, and asked him to reply by December 18, failing which it will decide the matter without any reference to him.
In a statement on the eve of the second and last phase of the Gujarat assembly polls, he claimed that the state suffered a lot of discrimination and injustice under the UPA government but is now developing fast, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm in the Centre.
With Nitish Kumar's JD(U) joining the NDA, its members will move from the opposition to the treasury benches.
The BJP bagged 14 of the 16 mayoral seats in Uttar Pradesh today
The saffron party is set to project the growth figure in the Gujarat poll campaign as an evidence of a strong economy under Modi at a time when the Congress has sought to use the Goods and Services Tax (GST) glitches and demonetisation as a plank against it.