Here comes the BJP's manifesto as 'Sankalp Patra'!
PM Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah today released the party's manifesto called 'Sankalp Yatra' for 2019 Lok Sabha elections at the BJP headquarters in Delhi. Shah said that BJP created a record by taking inputs from 6 crore people for the manifesto. He added that the manifesto contains 75 resolutions which BJP plans to fulfill by 2022.
Prime minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah along with other senior leaders were present in the BJP office in central Delhi at the launch of the manifesto. The BJP manifesto comes days after the main Opposition party Congress released its poll manifesto, promising several social and welfare schemes. They also promised a separate budget for farmers.
Highlights of the BJP’s Sankalp Patra:
“A team was set up under me and 12 others to prepare the manifesto,” says Home Minister Rajnath Singh. ”We are committed to uniform civil code,” says Rajnath Singh. We have zero tolerance towards terrorism and it will continue, says Singh We will explore options on Ram temple: Rajnath Singh. ”We will attempt that temple should be built in a harmonious environment,” says Rajnath Singh. The BJP will create consensus on simultaneous Lok Sabha and Assembly elections.
On Citizenship amendment bill, the manifesto says it will be passed in Parliament and implement it.