In a bid to motivate and guide the party MP's to ensure victory in coming Lok Sabha polls, BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today advised them to reach out to people and highlight the negative aspects of Congress as well as its allies.
He asked the MPs not to spare UPA allies and to "expose" them by reminding people of issues against them, including scams. He also asked them to hit out at the Third Front leaders as most of them had been supported Congress.
Issues like bomb blasts during Modi's Bihar rally also need to be stressed upon the public.
He also called upon them to make the best use of social media to connect with the youth and take discussions over Manishankar Aiyar's "chaiwalah" comments to the grassroots. He told the MPs to organise such discussions over tea and reach out to the masses.
At the interaction with party MPs at the BJP headquarters, Modi exhorted them to grab on the opportunity created in the wake of the "big angst" against UPA to bring the party back to power.
While Modi spoke for a little over 15 minutes, the interaction lasted for over an hour which was followed by dinner.
The BJP MPs gave a number of suggestions to which Modi listened carefully. Among them were not hurting the minorities and focus more on tribals, fishermen and people from the North-East.
Earlier delivering the introductory address, party veteran L K Advani said he had never seen such an atmosphere in favour of BJP which should take advantage of the "public anger" against Congress and present itself as the right alternative.