The UP elections are a referendum on demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs1000 notes announced by the Modi government on November 8.
Rahul Gandhi said that it is for the first time that India's Prime Minister is being "ridiculed world over" for taking such an "ill-conceived" decision.
PM Modi projected demonetisation as a long-term tool to fight black money and corruption.
PM Modi said the BJP will play a proactive role towards bringing in transparency in political funding.
The economic resolution passed at second and concluding day of the party's national executive also accused the opposition of trying to defame the government.
Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman hailed scrapping of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes as "historic" and said the step "could only be taken by a visionary leadership".
With opposition protesting the move to present Union Budget on February 1, BJP rubbished their claims saying it should not be linked to election cycle.
Modi appeals to voters to vote for the development of Uttar Pradesh and forget all caste related issues.
Ravi Shankar Prasad also rejected Congress' charge against Amit Shah, who is one of the directors in a Gujarat bank in which deposits of over Rs 500 crore were made.
Rahul demands Modi answer the charges of "personal corruption" made against him in the wake of his name allegedly figuring in the "Sahara and Birla diaries"