New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi released BJP’s election manifesto 2019 for Lok Sabha polls at Party’s Delhi head quarters.
BJP manifesto promises to ” undertake every effort to ensure that the subject of faith, tradition and worship rituals related to Sabarimala are presented in a comprehensive manner before the Supreme Court”.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, while releasing the manifesto,stated that we are moving forward to build a ‘New India’. Zero tolerance policy towards terrorism will be continued till terror is completely eliminated. And about Ram Mandir,the promise made in the last election is still on. All efforts to build Ram Mandir at the earliest in harmonious environment will be done. Yearly income support of Rs. 6000 will be provided to all farmers and pension facility to small and marginal farmers after 60 years of age.
BJP President Amit Shah told that we are going forward with 75 resolutions that we can fulfill by the year 2022 at the time of India’s 75th year of independence.
BJP Manifesto promises annulling Article 35 A of the Constitution of India as the provision is discriminatory against non-permanent residents and women of Jammu and Kashmir. The manifesto also promises housing, drinking water, digital connectivity and road connectivity. The manifesto highlights women’s welfare and development. BJP is committed to 33 percentage of reservation in parliament and state assemblies through constitutional amendment.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj stated that the manifesto is the indication of Narendra Modi’s diplomatic success that when Pakistan threatened to boycott OIC meeting if India was invited then 56 out of 57 countries said let Pakistan not come.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi told that India is moving forward with one mission, one direction.And to develop India, development must be made into a mass movement,and as a result, ‘swachcha’ is a mass movement today.