BJP is giving special attention to election states of Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and Rajasthan.
The resolution was moved by Sena MP Sanjay Raut, who said the BJP had been demoralising the party for the last three years.
Through his tweet, the leader of the Patidar movement was allegedly trying to compare the present Prime Minister Narendra Modi to his predecessor Manmohan Singh who was an acclaimed economist
Madhya Pradesh High Court Chief Justice Hemant Gupta administered the oath of office to Patel at a ceremony held at the Raj Bhawan here.
In a statement, party spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao said the government has given a huge encouragement to an informal sector, which showcases India's traditions, by exempting 29 handicraft items from the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime.
On the second day of his tour, the Congress MP was forced to change his route as party workers heckled and clashed with BJP supporters in the Gauriganj area, prompting the police to intervene.
The Congress leader also said the content cannot be said by any stretch of perverse or normal imagination to be vicious or in any sense meant to create a malafide intent.
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.
Surendra Singh represented the Ganganagar constituency in the state Assembly from 2003 to 2008.
Bairia MLA Surendra Singh told reporters that India will become a Hindu country by the year 2024.
"The BJP men are best in diverting the attention of the people. The judges had raised a serious matter yesterday and today they (government) raided someone's residence," he said.
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 former Union finance minister accused the government of not fulfilling the promises made to farmers in the BJP manifesto in 2014.
Referring to former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and BJP veteran L K Advani, Sinha said "today's BJP is not like the one in the days of Atalji and Advaniji."
Addressing a public meeting at District Board ground here, Yechury said BJP was apprehensive that resentment of people against economic decisions might take shape of a national agitation against the government.
The bypolls are being considered important as the Vasundhara Raje government in Rajasthan has already completed four years of its five year term.
The beef traders called off their four-day-long strike yesterday, citing assurance by the police that they would not allow harassment of dealers who import beef from Belagavi in Karnataka at the state border.
Demonstrations were held by BJP workers in all districts against firing at the house of a youth leader of the party at Bijepur area of Bargarh district on Sunday night and BJD was blamed for the incident.
A fire broke out just past midnight in a shop in a chawl in Dockyard Road, Byculla. However, the fire official informed that no casualty was reported in the latest incidents.
Yechury, the general secretary of CPI(M), accused the BJP of trying to create a divide between tribals and non-tribal in Tripura and said it will not succeed in its designs.
Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad also attacked the Gandhi over his address and contrasted it with PM Modi's address to 270 Indian origin parliamentarians, focusing on boosting ties between India and other countries.
The demand comes after a report of the Mumbai fire department stated that flying embers from an illegal hookah being served at Mojo's Bistro was the probable cause of the deadly blaze, which claimed 14 lives on December 29 at '1 Above' pub in the Kamala Mills compound.
Party communication in-charge Randeep Surjewala claimed that the double whammy of "Modi Made Disaster of Demonetisation" and the implementation of a flawed GST were responsible for the economy's downturn.
Congress whip in Lok Sabha Deepinder Singh Hooda alleged that the government was not taking Parliament seriously and was using it as only a "rubber stamp".
The bill, which has divided political parties and drawn criticism from several Muslim bodies, was passed by the Lok Sabha on December 28. It now has to be passed by the Rajya Sabha to become a law.