Terming the election results in the Haryana and Maharashtra as "encouraging", he said the party workers are very pleased.
The BJP is marking each of the 164 Assembly constituencies in Maharashtra to strike closer to the halfway mark to put off any pressure tactics of ally Shiv Sena post the results.
The highest number of 147 nominations were filed in Bhokar constituency, where former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan is contesting as a Congress candidate.
The two parties haven't yet announced the alliance and are tight-lipped on the seat sharing.
Notably, the list mentioned each candidate's caste or community.
Ambedkar said VBA would contest all the 288 seats in the state, adding that names of candidates, as well as alliance partners, would be declared before September 26.
Shiv Sena is projecting Aaditya Thackeray, son of party chief Uddhav Thackeray as its nominee for the coveted post.
The MNS, in its first assembly election in 2009, had won 13 seats while bagging almost 6% of votes across the state.
Maharashtra polls: Prakash Ambedkar's VBA to contest in all seats alone as Congress alliance talks fail
He said that despite his party reaching out to Congress for forging an alliance there is no response from the party.
Ex-minister Bhaskar Jadhav to join Shiv Sena while senior leader Ganesh Naik will join BJP
Memon's statement comes at a time when senior NCP leader and former minister Ganesh Naik is speculated to join BJP this week.
The BJP controls over 160 out 226 Municipal Councils and 25 out of 34 Zilla Parishads.
Shah said Jammu and Kashmir has become "part of India completely" only because of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.