He said the party, led by PM Modi, was committed to making India poverty-free by 2022, offering all citizens a house to live in, proper healthcare and education and opportunities for self employment.
Speaking on the meeting, Jaitley said: "13 CMs, 6 Deputy CMs, 232 state min, 1500 MLA, 334 MPs were present in BJP National Executive Meeting".
Shah's statement came at the ongoing BJP's National Executive Meet which is being attended by almost 2,500 party members, including 13 Chief Ministers.
He said the PM aimed at taking BJP party beyond elections.
Shah said the economy was stronger under this government than it was under the UPA and cited figures to make his point, Union minister Piyush Goyal told reporters while briefing them on the party president's speech. "There has not been one charge or corruption against the BJP in the last three years", Mr Shah said.
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Jaitley also said that the Prime Minister will announce an important scheme for the poor at 6:30 pm on Monday. The party should work for increasing mass participation in democracy.
According to the Newspaper,"That shows he expects us that we again win all the five Lok Sabha seats in 2019."Some BJP leaders though didn't find Shah's directive to cut down the number of the 23 district level organisational units conducive to local conditions".
Dwelling on a number of steps the government has taken to get rid of black money and its eradication, Amit Shah spoke about how demonetisation sent a message that this government will deal sternly with black money.
The ruling BJP came out in support of the Narendra Modi government's demonetisation policy as well as its decision to implement the GST regime from July 1, even while the party accepted that there are "teething problems" that have hit the economy and assured that the government is working on a "war footing" to resolve the situation on the ground.
"PM said sometimes Opposition uses harsh words when there is no specific allegation; harsh language can not be a substitute for substantive charge", Jaitley said.