BJP releases manifesto with nationalist vision, promise of Ram mandir

BJP releases manifesto with nationalist vision, promise of Ram mandir

BJP releases manifesto with nationalist vision, promise of Ram mandir

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley released the party's tag line "Phir Ek Baar Modi sarkar" and campaign themes for the upcoming General Elections.

It pledged to spend 100 trillion rupees ($1.44 trillion) on infrastructure in the next five years, to help create jobs for the millions entering the workforce each year. "We have strengthened national security", said Shah.

The passing of the Citizenship bill was included in the manifesto.

The party has reiterated its commitment towards zero tolerance against terrorism and extremism and empower security forces in combating terrorism in its manifesto and effective steps to prevent illegal immigration in the northeastern states. "We will make all efforts to clarify the issues to the sections of population from the Northeastern states who have expressed apprehensions regarding the legislation".

The party also reiterated its long-held desire to abolish Kashmir's autonomous status.

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In the 48-page manifesto, the BJP has laid out its vision in the field of agriculture, education, and robust nationalism for the next five years.

Political leaders in Muslim-majority Kashmir, where India is battling an armed insurgency against its rule, have warned that repealing the law could trigger unrest.

"Let them do it and it will pave the way for our azadi", Farooq Abdullah, president of Kashmir's National Conference party, told an election rally, referring to freedom for the region. Votes will be counted on May 23.

He said PM-Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana will be implemented for all the farmers in the country and pension will be ensured for small and marginal farmers after 60 years of age.

From promising big for the common man to downtrodden and farmer, the BJP's manifesto "Sankalp Patra" has taken an all-round acknowledgement of the different classes and masses of the society.

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