The movement to wrest back Selangor is already in first gear with today's launch of the state BN convention in Shah Alam.
State deputy BN chief Noh Omar fired one salvo after another against the ruling Pakatan Rakyat government, sparing no details at the several scandals and controversies that have rocked Pakatan.
From the Elizabeth Wong sex scandal to Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim's statements on doing away with the New Economic Policy, Noh had the 1,500 participants riled up in an anti-Pakatan onslaught.
But the real crux of the function is to also shore up support for the upcoming Hulu Selangor by-election which will be a real test for BN amidst rumours of infighting among the component parties over who should contest the parliamentary seat.
Prime Minister Najib Razak, who is also state BN chief, is expected to deliver a speech themed 'BN can change: Love Selangor, Trust BN' later this afternoon at the conference, held at the Shah Alam Convention Centre.
Also present at the function were MCA vice-president Donald Lim, and PPP president M Kayveas.