Regretting that the agitation may cause inconvenience to the public, party leader and former deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi urged the people of the state against travelling by trains.
"Those commuters, having booked tickets in trains for tomorrow, are requested to consider cancelling the same to avoid facing difficulties due to the 'rail roko' stir," he said.
Modi also asked railway authorities to stop all trains entering Bihar on Friday to the border areas as a precautionary measure.
The senior BJP leader also slammed the UPA government for ignoring Bihar's long-pending demand for grant of special status, echoing chief minister Nitish Kumar, as UPA took no time in giving similar incentive to Seemandhra after creation of Telangana from Andhra Pradesh last week.
Sushil Modi promised that the BJP-led NDA under the leadership of Narendra Modi will provide special status and package to Bihar upon coming to power at the Centre.
If elected, the NDA government at Centre will also set up the Central University of Bihar at Motihari about which the UPA government had taken a decision, but failed to enact legislation during the 15th Lok Sabha, he said.