BJP Unveils Election Manifesto: Key Promises and Roadmap for India’s Development

Khushbu Kumari Jha
BJP Unveils Election Manifesto Key Promises and Roadmap for India Development
BJP Unveils Election Manifesto Key Promises and Roadmap for India Development

The BJP unveils its election manifesto, ‘Sankalp Patra’, outlining key promises and a roadmap for India’s development. From infrastructure and welfare to energy and cultural promotion.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched its election manifesto, known as the 'Sankalp Patra', in the presence of party leaders including National President JP Nadda, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Rajnath Singh, heading the manifesto committee, provided a concise overview, while PM Modi elaborated on the details. Spanning 76 pages, the manifesto outlines BJP's vision for a developed India. Here are the highlights from the BJP's resolution letter:

Vision for Development:

BJP aims to elevate India to the position of the world's third-largest economy.

The party pledges to bolster India's diplomatic network and secure permanent membership in the United Nations Security Council.

Plans include positioning India as a global manufacturing hub and constructing satellite towns, with a focus on expanding the aviation sector.

Empowerment of Pillars:

BJP commits to empowering the youth, women, poor, and farmers—the four pillars of a developed India.

Emphasis will be placed on development in Ayodhya and prioritizing the underprivileged, including declaring 2025 as 'Tribal Pride' year.

Initiatives such as making 3 crore women 'Lakhpati Didis' and lifting 25 crore people out of poverty are promised.

Infrastructure and Services:

BJP vows to eradicate waiting lists in Railways and introduce more trains like Amrit Bharat and Vande Bharat.

The manifesto pledges to reduce petrol imports and ensure medicines remain available at an 80% discount through Jan Aushadhi Kendra.

Free medical treatment up to Rs 5 lakh will be provided to senior citizens above 70 years of age.

Energy and Utilities:

BJP promises to implement the Surya Ghar Yojana to reduce electricity bills to zero and enhance earnings opportunities from electricity.

Plans are underway for 'One Nation One Election', 'single voter list', and the implementation of a Uniform Civil Code.

Agriculture and Welfare:

The Samman Nidhi scheme will continue for 10 crore farmers, and natural farming will be promoted.

Initiatives to encourage fish and pearl farming are included, along with plans to deliver cheap cooking gas through pipes and enhance the nutritional value of food for the poor.

Cultural Promotion and Social Inclusion:

BJP aims to boost the global stature of the Tamil language and promote tourism.

Financial assistance for women's home stays, research on tribal heritage, and the construction of over 700 Eklavya schools in tribal areas are planned.

Future Endeavors:

The manifesto outlines a vision for the 'Year of the Tribe' in 2025, a focus on transgender inclusion in Ayushman Yojana, and initiatives to position India as a food processing hub.

In addition, BJP promises to organize Olympic celebrations in the country, signifying a comprehensive roadmap for India's development across various sectors.