The Bihar unit of BJP on Sunday said the issues of good governance, security and three years of "growth with justice" in the state will top its agenda for the coming Lok Sabha polls.
National security has been jeopardised during the UPA's rule and the development schemes and projects initiated during the previous NDA regime have been reversed by its corrupt regime, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi charged.
"The party will have good governance, security and three years of growth with justice in the state as its agenda for the Lok Sabha elections," he said.
Bihar will contribute to the formation of NDA government at the Centre under the leadership of L K Advani by ensuring victory in all the 40 Lok Sabha seats in the state, Modi, also the deputy chief minister of the state, claimed at an executive meeting of the state party in Patna.
State BJP chief Radhamohan Singh said the common man has been the worst victim of UPA's rule due to its economic mismanagement leading to high inflation, which climbed to over 13 per cent at one point of time.
"Moreover, the common man was feeling insecure today with the increase in terrorist activities in recent months due to votebank and appeasement policies of the UPA," he said.
The party's ministers, legislators, MPs and leaders will undertake 'Vijay Sankalp Abhiyan' from February 17 to 23 in the state to highlight the achievements of Bihar government, he added.