( BJP leaders releasing manifesto in New Delhi)

The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) released its manifesto (Sankalap Patra) for 2024 Lok Sabha elections promising continuation of free ration scheme for poor for next five years, Uniform Civil Code and empowering poor, youth, women and farmers.

The manifesto was released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP president JP Nadda and other BJP leaders in New Delhi on Sunday.

Modi pledged to build India as a Vishwa Bandhu noting that over the next five years India will move forward with the promise to realise one nation, one election, besides continuing struggle against corruption. .

The PM announced the inclusion of 70-plus people in the free hospitalization cover scheme Ayushman Bharat which gives Rs 5 lakh free health cover to the poor and vulnerable annually.

The PM announced delivery of piped natural gas across homes, one bullet train per zone, zero power bills through PM Surya Ghar scheme and continuation of major pro-poor schemes, like free ration, Ujjwala gas connections, PM Kisan Samman Nidhi and housing for poor schemes.

“We will extend the loan limit under Swamitva scheme, make three crore additional rural houses, host the Olympics in 2036 and make India self reliant across all major sectors, pledge holding Global Ramayana festival , promoting Tamil Language  and launch a campaign to address osteoporosis, cervical and breast cancer,” the PM promised .

The BJP has promised to implement a women reservation bill in five years, link ten crore women through self help groups and implement Bhartiya Nyaya Samhita.

The PM said, “The manifesto focus is to achieve dignity of living, quality of living and to move from nivesh to naukri (investment to jobs) and making India the world’s third largest economy.” 

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