BJP Manifesto: BJP Releases BJP Manifesto For Lok Sabha Election 2019, Know Important Things


The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday released the BJP Manifesto 2019 (LokSabha Elections 2019). BJP has named this manifesto as the BJP Sankalp Patra.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, and Home Minister Rajnath Singh issued a BJP Manifesto in the program organized at BJP headquarters.

Then in this regard, Rajnath Singh said that through this resolution letter, we are presenting the aspirations of 130 crore people in the form of a vision document in the creation of a new India.

Earlier, Amit Shah said that the election of 2014 was the election of hopes, after the Modi government's 5-year tenure is going to be the election of 2019 election expectations.

The tenure that has gone through the year 2014-19 has been an all-round development in the country. The hope of the country has now changed in expectation. The Narendra Modi government has taken more than 50 major steps in 5 years which are going to be a part of history. To download BJP Manifesto PDF, CLick here

Some key things:

The freehand policy will continue for the security forces to face the terrorists.

The national security policy will be guided only by our national security topics.

The policy of zero tolerance against terrorism and extremism will continue to be firmly met.

Investment of Rs 25 lakh crore to increase productivity in the agriculture sector.

Benefits of PM Kisan Samman Fund scheme to all farmers of the country.

Pension scheme for social security of small and peasant farmers after the age of 60 years.

The economy will grow by 5 lakh million dollars by 2025 and 10 lakh million dollars by the year 2032.

Capital investment of Rs 100 lakh crore in the infrastructure sector.

1 lakh crore credit guarantee scheme for the MSMEs (Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises)

A strong metro network in 50 cities

Bharatmala 2.0 will assist the States to develop road network.

Lok Sabha, assembly and local corporation to make consensus on the issue of elections 
simultaneously.

To make India free of corruption through effective governance and transparent decision making.

To ensure the right to service delivery for timely supply of public services.

1.5 lakh telemedicine and diagnostic labs at health and wellness centers.

A medical college or a Masters medical college in every district.

Full immunization for all children and pregnant women by 2022.

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