The meeting was attended by BJP general secretary Ram Lal and MP and the party's Punjab affairs in-charge Prabhat Jha.
Sampla claimed that the opposition had created a "hype" regarding the drug menace, sand and transport mafia in the state and the ruling coalition failed to counter this "false propaganda".
Asserting that the Akali-BJP alliance would "continue", he said the two parties would contest the upcoming municipal corporation polls in the state "together".
He also expressed apprehension that the rate of suicides might go up as the farmers had failed to secure fresh bank loans.
"Most of the farmers had not returned their previous loan amounts as they had believed in the Congress' promise of loan waiver. As they became defaulters, they could not even get fresh bank loans," said Sampla.
He dismissed the allegation of senior Aam Aadmi Party leader HS Phoolka that the BJP was offering Rs 15 crore to each of their MLAs in Punjab to switch their allegiance to the saffron party as "a blatant lie".