BJP president Amit Shah has exhorted the party leaders in Gujarat to root out Congress from every booth in the State and ensure victory in 150 seatsin assembly polls scheduled for November this year.While addressing the state BJP executive at Somnath, Mr. Shah reportedly urged the leaders to start preparations for the polls. “Victory with less than 150 seats will not be acceptable. We want to break the record of 149 seats the Congress had won in 1985,” Mr Shah said in his address on the concluding day of the two day state executive.“We have solid organisational strength and we are no longer confined to urban areas. We have spread across the geography and today the party has 11 crore members,” Mr Shah said, adding the party has won the trust of all sections of society.On Friday, the party executive body also passed a resolution to win the assembly polls with 150 seats in the state with 182 assembly constituencies.Before and after addressing the party leaders, Mr. Shah held several meetings with leaders, including Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, deputy CM Nitin Patel. He also met BJP general secretary Bhupendra Yadav, who was recently made in charge of the party’s Gujarat unit.The State leaders also acknowledged contribution of Dinesh Sharma, deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, who was in charge of the State till recently.