Ahmedabad: Senior BJP leaders are in Ahmedabad to meet the party's prime ministerial candidate after exit polls predicted a win for the Modi-led NDA.
Arun Jaitley, Nitin Gadkari and party chief Rajnath Singh are in the Gujarat capital to discuss the post-poll scenario.
BJP top brass has into a huddle to discuss the possibility of the party forming the government at the Centre and changes in the organisation ahead of counting of votes on May 16.
BJP leaders also discussed the possibility of seeking the support of some allies including the BJD, AIADMK and NCP.
The party has already made it clear that it is not averse to receiving the support from any party which even has a single MP and will welcome it if it supports the BJP agenda.
Senior BJP leaders held a series of meetings in the capital since morning with party president Rajnath Singh meeting Sushma Swaraj at her residence here, before she flew to Bhopal.
Former BJP chief Nitin Gadkari also met her on Wednesday. The meeting lasted around half an hour. Gadkari is playing an active role in negotiating with groups within the party. He had on Tuesday met BJP patriarch L K Advani amid speculation about his role in the next government.