Bharatiya Janata Party senior leader, former chief minister and MP Kailash Joshi has said that the two- day meeting of national working committee was a significant and relevant one. As many as five resolutions were passed in the meeting. He said
that BJP is the major opposition party at the Centre from which people have expectations.
Joshi claimed that Congress led UPA government in three years have landed the country into economic crisis which has led to frustration and disappointment in common man. He appealed to party workers to become more resolute and united to pull out the nation from the crisis and give a government which will take the country in the right direction.
Joshi also urged to expand the base of BJP, increase the public standing of the party ensure 10 per cent rise in the number of its votersalt39 and strong presence among the poor, minorities, scheduled castes and tribes.