The BJP, which won three seats in the Lok Sabha polls last year, will contest the Bihar assembly elections this year.
The BJP has been struggling with the problem of a declining voter turnout due to poor infrastructure and corruption in the state, which has been beset by protests.
The party has been trying to change the narrative.
The new BJP has proposed a series of initiatives including building a high-speed railway between Bihar and Andhra Pradesh, a major rail corridor in the southern states of Andhra and Tamil Nadu, and a new highway linking Bihar to the north.
In addition, the party will focus on building infrastructure and reducing the burden of corruption in India’s third-largest state.
In Bihar, the BJP has campaigned on its economic development plan and has promised to provide jobs for all, increase the number of schools and create jobs.
The state is witnessing the worst crisis in the country in the wake of the floods.
The floods in March, which killed more than 1,000 people and left a million people homeless, have also led to severe power outages.
The opposition Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has also been accused of taking money from the ruling coalition, which is allied with the BJP.
In the Bihar polls, the opposition BJP will contest all 13 seats in an assembly that will be made up of 13 seats each.
The JD(U) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) are contesting the remaining five seats.
The ruling JD(S) won the state in 2014 but has been plagued by a string of controversies.
The alliance between the BJP and the NCP led by Nitish Kumar has also failed to win enough seats in Bihar.
The Congress-NCP alliance in Bihar is seen as the least popular of the four political alliances, having a relatively low voter turnout.
The government’s efforts to woo minorities have been under fire.
The Bihar assembly election is scheduled to be held on December 17.