BJP would soon prepare an action plan for the future to revive its fortunes in Andhra Pradesh, where it has won just two Assembly seats in the recent elections.
The plan of action would be finalised during the party's state executive committee meeting to be held at Nizamabad on July 5 and 6, State BJP president Bandaru Dattatreya told reporters in Hyderabad on Sunday.
Prior to the state executive meeting, senior party leaders would meet and prepare a draft plan, he said.
The state executive meeting would be attended by senior leaders like Bangaru Laxman, M Venkaiah Naidu, in-charge of AP affairs Prakash Javadekar and V Satish.
The party has already undertaken a district-wise and constituency-wise analysis of the election results, he said.
A report on the AP election results would be submitted at the BJP National Executive meeting to be held in Delhi on June 20 and 21.
Asked if the state unit felt demoralised over the developments in the BJP's central leadership, he replied in the negative.