New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP Chief JP Nadda, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari reached the BJP Headquarters for the party's Central Election Committee (CEC) meet on Thursday. Key decisions on candidate lists for Assam and West Bengal polls are likely to be taken during the meeting.Prime Minister Narendra Modi also reached the BJP headquarters to attend the meet. While the list of candidates for West Bengal and Assam Assembly polls is likely to remain the key focus of the meeting, the final list of candidates is unlikely today. The meeting is slated to be held once again on Friday after which clarity on the lists is expected.The meeting comes on the same day West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced that she will be contesting polls from Nandigram. While the BJP is likely to field Suvendu Adhikari, the former TMC leader, who joined the party ahead of the polls, further clarity on the decision is expected after the CEC meeting.#Live | BJP CEC meet underway at party HQ to finalise list of candidates for upcoming Assembly polls. | #May2WithTimesNow pic.twitter.com/0MbQyPfmI5Meanwhile, BJP West Bengal chief Dilip Ghosh and central observer for the state Kailash Vijayvargiya also reached the national capital on Wednesday to attend the meeting. On Wednesday, Nadda, Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and his Cabinet colleague Himanta Biswa Sarma met Shah at his residence to deliberate upon the party's strategy in the northeastern state. The battle for 294 seats of the West Bengal Assembly will begin on March 27. Voting will take place in eight phases and the results will be declared on May 2. The BJP has maintained that it will win 200 seats and come to power in the eastern state. Addressing a rally on Wednesday, Gadkari said that a BJP chief minister will be sworn-in on May 4.