BJP will seek to put the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre on the mat on issues of price rise, internal security and alleged partisan attitude towards states ruled by non-UPA parties at its two-day national executive to be held in Patna on June 12.
"The party national executive will deliberate on national security beset with threat on external and internal fronts with infiltration of extremists from across the border, a regular phenomenon during the UPA government, and Maoist ultras posing serious challenge to internal security," BJP leader Ananth Kumar told reporters in Patna on Tuesday.
It will adopt resolutions on all the three issues, he said, adding that the meeting was being organised to provide a boost to the electoral prospects of NDA in Bihar for the Assembly polls due later this year.
BJP will organise Bihar Swabhiman rally at Gandhi Maidan on June 13 to showcase its strength as a pre-eminent political force in the country, Kumar said.
Party national president Nitin Gadkari, parliamentary board chairman L K Advani, leaders of opposition in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha -- Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jailtey respectively, and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi are among those who will participate in the meet, Kumar said.