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The BJP unveiled its manifesto ‘Modi’s Guarantee: Developed India 2047’ in New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and senior leaders attended the event, focusing on cultural nationalism, development, prosperity, women, youth, the poor, and farmers. The manifesto committee reviewed over 1.5 million suggestions. The Lok Sabha elections will run from April 19 to June 1, 2024.

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Lok Sabha polls: BJP releases manifesto, PM Modi says 'sankalp patra' strengthens 4 pillars of viksit Bharat
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and senior BJP leaders including J P Nadda, Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday released the party’s manifesto – ‘Sankalp Patra’ at the party headquarters in Delhi.
PM Modi said “the party’s ‘Sankalp Patra’ empowers all 4 strong pillars of developed India – Youth, women, poor and farmers.” “The entire country waits for the BJP’s ‘Sankalp Patra’.

There is a big reason behind this as in the last 10 years the BJP has implemented every point of its manifesto as a guarantee on the ground,” he added.
“The party’s Sankalp Patra is a reflection of the aspirations of young India’s youth,” the Prime Minister said. “The focus of our manifesto is on dignity of life, quality of life, quantity of opportunity and quality of opportunity,” PM Modi asserted.
BJP national president J P Nadda said that the government’s successes in the last 10 years, like the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution and the women’s reservation law, happened because the party got a clear mandate by the people.

“The achievements of the last 10 years are a result of a clear mandate,” Nadda said at the event.
Defence minister Rajnath Singh during the event said that PM Modi’s guarantees are seen as pure as 24-carat gold and BJP’s manifesto seen as gold standard in world politics.
“Under the leadership of PM Modi, we have fulfilled all our commitments. Through its manifesto, the BJP presents a roadmap for building a strong India. BJP also puts forward its commitment to the development and welfare of every section of society. I can proudly say that we have delivered all the promises that we made to the people in the last 10 years. Whatever we promise, we deliver; there has been no discrepancy in our words, deeds and actions,” Rajnath said.

The key theme of BJP’s manifesto is “Modi ki Guarantee” for “Developed India 2047”. The manifesto, which has 14 promises, centres around PM Modi’s focus on GYAN – Garib, Yuva, Annadata and Nari.
The party had appointed a committee headed by defence minister Rajnath Singh to deliberate on the manifesto. The party had launched multiple exercises, including massive campaigns across the country to seek people’s suggestions before the release of the ‘Sankalp Patra’.
BJP received over 1.5 million suggestions for its manifesto, including more than 400,000 through the NaMo app and over 1.1 million through videos.
During the event, BJP distributed its party’s election manifesto ‘Sankalp Patra’ to central government scheme beneficiaries at the party Headquarters in Delhi.
Highlights of BJP’s manifesto

  • 2025 to be declared as ‘Janjatiya Gaurav Year’.
  • One nation, one election and a common electoral roll system will be introduced.
  • BJP to implement Uniform Civil Code (UCC).
  • The party in its manifesto has mentioned to implementation Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
  • Free ration for the next 5 years
  • BJP to continue providing free and quality health care
  • The party will continue providing free and quality health care
  • Zero electricity bill: BJP to provide free electricity to poor households under PM Surya Ghar Muft Bijli Yojana.
  • Three crore Lakhpati Didis: BJP to empower three crore rural women to become Lakhpati Didis
  • Integrating women SHGs in the service sector and enhancing market access for women SHG enterprises.
  • Facilitating participation of women in the workforce: Ensure development of infrastructure such as working women’s hostels, creches etc. with the specific focus on locations near industrial and commercial centres.
  • Ensuring women’s health and well-being: BJP to expand the existing health services focussed on the prevention and reduction of Anaemia, Breast Cancer, Cervical Cancer and Osteoporosis, ensuring a healthy life for women.
  • BJP to implement law to prevent paper leaks
  • Ayushman for senior citizens: The party will expand the Ayushman Bharat Yojana to cover senior citizens and provide them access to free and quality healthcare.
  • Delivering government services at doorstep: BJP to ensure seamless access to social security benefits and other essential government services to senior citizens by leveraging the extensive reach and reliability of the postal and digital network.
  • BJP to strengthen the PM Fasal Bima Yojana through more technological interventions to ensure speedy and more accurate assessment, faster payouts and quicker grievance resolution.
  • BJP in its manifesto has promised to continue to increase MSP from time to time.
  • BJP to launch an indigenous Bharat Krishi satellite for farm-related activities like crop forecasting, pesticide application, irrigation, soil health, and weather forecasting, among others.
  • BJP to ensure a review of National Floor Wages from time to time.
  • The party has decided to onboard auto, taxi, truck and other drivers on e-Shram portal and ensure 100% coverage of all
  • drivers under insurance and other welfare programmes.
  • BJP to encourage small traders and MSMEs to adopt ONDC and expand their businesses using the power of technology.
  • The party’s manifesto said, “We guarantee that Bharat will be the 3rd largest economic power.”
  • BJP to continue to upgrade the existing institutions through focused funding, capacity building, infrastructure upgradation and dedicated research grants.
  • Maintaining peace in Northeast: BJP to continue efforts to address the issues in the disturbed areas and remove AFSPA in a phased manner.
  • Bjp to work towards resolution of inter-state border disputes amongst Northeastern states through sustained efforts.

The Lok Sabha polls in India are scheduled to take place from April 19, 2024, to June 1, 2024, to choose the 543 representatives for the 18th Lok Sabha. These elections will be conducted over seven phases, with the outcome being declared on June 4.
Around 970 million individuals, out of a total population of 1.44 billion, are eligible to take part in the elections. The legislative assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, and Sikkim will coincide with the general election. Additionally, there will be by-elections for 35 seats across 16 states.

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