BJP is likely to come out with its first list of Lok Sabha candidates on February 27 when the party's top leadership discusses the possible candidates at a meeting of the central Election Committee in Delhi.
"First election comm(ittee) meeting is on 27th February," BJP leader Arun Jaitley said on Twitter, adding that "hopefully that day" the party will come out with its first list of candidates for the Lok Sabha polls.
Senior party leaders, including LK Advani, Rajnath Singh, Narendra Modi, Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj, Murli Manohar Joshi besides others, who are part of the panel, will meet in Delhi to discuss and finalize the party's list of candidates.
Sources said the party will finalize the seats for its top leaders and some seats where the candidates are strong and there is no dispute on them.
Interacting with the public on social networking site Twitter, Jaitley also answered a host of queries posed to him where he expressed the hope that some expansion of NDA allies was possible but BJP was aiming to achieve the 272-plus figure and claimed it was close to it.
"With two months to go for elections, we are very close to achieving Mission 272+. Some expansion of allies possible," he said in another reply on Twitter.
Jaitley also said the party would get a "record number" of seats in Uttar Pradesh and "certainly double digit and may be a lot more" in West Bengal.