The BJP won elections in four states last week.
Senior leaders of the BJP assembled at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence for the second day on Tuesday evening to discuss the party's government formation in four states that it just won in the state elections.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP chief JP Nadda and senior leader BL Santosh were among those attending the meeting that went on for over three hours.
On Monday, the Prime Minister had hosted a similar meeting for almost four hours.
According to BJP sources, the party leadership is going over every minute detail to "take care of all regions and sections of society".
Like last year's Union Cabinet reshuffle, which was done after a lot of homework, keeping in mind this year's state elections, the calculations this time have the 2024 general elections as a factor, a party leader said.
While Yogi Adityanath, who met PM Modi at his home for over two hours on Sunday, will return as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, the suspense over the party's choices in Goa, Manipur and Uttarakhand continues.
Leaders have been called from these states and multiple rounds of consultations are being held to zero in on the most ideal candidates, sources said.
On Wednesday, Adityanath is expected to make another visit with leaders from his state to hammer out the cabinet line-up in his state.
The BJP won a historic victory in Uttar Pradesh, scoring 255 out of 403 constituencies and a 41.29 per cent vote share - the first double term for a party in the state in 37 years.
The party also emerged as the single largest party in Goa, winning 20 seats in the 40-member state assembly and decimated Congress to 11 seats.
It secured a majority in Manipur Assembly elections as well, reducing other parties to single digits and will now form the government in the state for the second consecutive term.
In the elections, the BJP went solo this time and contested all seats alone. It won 32 seats out of 60 in Manipur.
In Uttarakhand too, the BJP came back to power for the second consecutive term with a two-thirds majority in the 70-member Assembly.