"Friends, our party stands united, and is geared up to take to the electoral battlefield under the leadership of Yeddyurappaji in coming days, and see to it that we form a BJP government in the state," Shah told party workers near the Kempe Gowda International Airport here.
The Bihar-based party is expected to endorse a proposal to join the NDA in its national executive meeting in Patna on August 19, after which it is likely to join the Narendra Modi cabinet.
The list of leaders includes AIADMK's Nainar Nagendran, the former industries minister, who belongs to the politically powerful Thevar community.
Election to the three Rajya Sabha seats in Gujarat were held yesterday. While Shah and Union minister Smriti Irani were elected to the Upper House of Parliament, party candidate Balwantsinh Rajpur was defeated by Congress veteran Ahmed Patel.
Congress veteran Ahmed Patel has retained his Gujarat Rajya Sabha seat.
Seen as a master strategist and workaholic, the BJP leader is considered Prime Minister Narendra Modi's alter ego, and the two have together given the saffron party political sinews it could hardly even imagine before the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
With 18 states under their control, the BJP's next challenge is to win in places where it has traditionally enjoyed little or no support.
However, former Congress stalwart Shankersinh Vaghela, after casting his vote, told reporters, "As Ahmed Patel is going to lose, I have not given my vote to him."
The 52-year-old has had a immensely successful run as the BJP president. Under his stewardship, the 'Lotus' has bloomed across the country.
Ramesh also said that business as usual approach will not work against Modi and Shah and advocated for a flexibility in approach to make Congress relevant.
Shah is scheduled to visit Tamil Nadu for three days between August 22 and 24.
Shah made his displeasure clear at the BJP parliamentary party meeting today, some MPs present there said, a day after the government suffered an embarrassment in the House when a united opposition ensured the passage of amendments to a Constitution amendment bill on backward classes.
Ending speculation that he would resign as party president if elected to the Rajya Sabha, Shah also denied that the BJP had broken any party in Bihar.
BJP President Amit Shah today said his party wants the Ram temple in Ayodhya to be constructed in a legal manner after mutual dialogue.
"The finance minister has clarified that it is for the state governments to take decision on waiving farmers' loan," Shah said at a press conference.
The BJP chief also thanked the BJP members, allies and other members of the electoral college who supported Kovind.
There is speculation that the saffron party may pick a candidate from a region where it has been traditionally weak so as to send out a positive message.
"BJP workers are the focal point of party's journey from Jan Sangh till now. The party's existence is through the smallest of the booth level cadre," Shah said after inaugurating the BJP's South Goa district office in Margao.
Besides presiding over the party's core committee meeting, he will hold talks with office bearers, district presidents and general secretaries, among others.
The 71-year-old said after filing his nomination papers that he had ceased to belong to any political party after he became governor of Bihar in 2015.
Kovind is likely to file his papers on June 23, BJP president Amit Shah said after a nearly two-hour meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Board.
"Amit Shah and his party's eyes are on mid-term polls in Maharashtra. But instead of mid-term poll results, we are worried about what will happen in Kashmir and in violence-hit Darjeeling," the Sena said in an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana'.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah will attend the meeting.
According to a source in the Shiv Sena, Shah told Thackeray that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would decide the NDA's candidate for the highest constitutional post.
Dattatreya, who holds labour portfolio had on May 31 in Mumbai conceded that the growth of the economy was not translating into more employment.