Senior BJP leader LK Advani on Monday said that the party will decide about its prime ministerial candidate when the time comes.
"Elections are two years away," he said.
A day before his rath yatra, Advani also lashed out at the UPA government saying that people of the country are fed up with rampant corruption.
"Lack of leadership in UPA is the main reason behind people's anger against the government," Advani said.
Advani praised the civil society for taking up issues of corruption and said that the health of democracy depends on political parties.
He said that his yatra will press for good and clean governance, highlight issues of corruption in the government and black money stashed away in tax havens.
The yatra, which will go through different parts of the country, will take off on October 11 from Sitabdiara in Bihar's Saran district, the birthplace of socialist icon Jayaprakash Narayan.