The ‘Sankalp Patra’, or manifesto, of the Bharatiya Janata Party for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections is now available. They have pledged to provide girls from low-income homes free education up to the point of graduation.
The chief minister Shivraj Singh, state chairman of the BJP VD Sharma, and other officials unveiled the 96-page “Sankalp Patra,” or vision paper, here.
Under the ‘Sankalp Patra’ campaign of the Bharatiya Janata Party, recipients of the Madhya Pradesh ‘Ladli Bahna’ and ‘PM Ujjwala’ programs would get a cooking gas cylinder valued at Rs 450.
The party’s platform for the assembly election includes the purchase of wheat at Rs 2,700 and paddy at Rs 3,100 per quintal, according to the list of pledges they posted on its X account.
It also guarantees jobs for every family member or the chance to work for oneself, as well as housing for Ladli Bahna program recipients.
In the event that the BJP holds onto power in the state, the party intends to establish medical and technology institutes in MP that are modeled after AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) and IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology).
In addition, a budget of Rs 3 lakh crore and six new expressways for the empowerment of tribal populations are promised.
During his speech, Nadda said that the BJP was the only political party to have put its manifestos into practice by turning them into the government’s blueprint. According to him, the BJP uses its monitoring system to keep an eye on how the manifesto is being implemented.
Chief BJP official for the state, VD Sharma, said that a team had drafted the manifesto after deliberations and requests for recommendations from members of all social classes and thinkers.
“The aspirations of the people are included in the manifesto,” he said, adding that divisional conventions were held to debate it.
During the party’s “11,000-km-long Jan Ashirwad Yatra,” a mass-contact initiative in which seven lakh proposals were received, he added, boxes were preserved. According to him, a lot of them were investigated and included to the manifesto.
Chouhan said the Congress was asking why the BJP is giving out its manifesto on ‘Narak Chaturdashi’. The Congress is ignorant of history and mythology. It was the day when Krishna liberated sisters from Narakasur,” he said.
The chief minister said that the manifesto would serve as Madhya Pradesh’s development roadmap. The BJP administration has endeavored to meet people’s wishes by executing all its pledges, he continued.