After Congress, BJP has also released its Sankalpa Patra (Manifesto) for Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections.
The Sankalpa Patra was issued by BJP National President JP Nadda on Saturday (11 November).
While releasing the manifesto, BJP described it as its roadmap and said that the biggest objective of our party is the welfare of the poor.
There are many major resolutions in this manifesto, which have been given special emphasis and which have been approved by the PM Narendra ModiOffered as a guarantee
During the release of the resolution letter, many senior party leaders including State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, State BJP President Vishnu Dutt Sharma and Union Ministers Jyotiraditya Scindia, Prahlad Patel, Ashwini Vaishnav and Union Minister Faggan Singh Kulaste were also present.
Major announcements of BJP’s resolution letter at a glance
Wheat support price Rs 2,700
Support price of paddy Rs 3,100
Pension for disabled and elderly Rs 1,500 per month
Tendupatta wages Rs 4,000 per standard bag
Under Atal Jyoti Yojana, everyone gets 100 units of electricity for Rs 100.
Establishment of development board in Bundelkhand, Vindhya and Mahakaushal
Metro train in Gwalior, Jabalpur also
Financial assistance of Rs 15 thousand to artisans, daily payment of Rs 500
Ayushman cards will be made for all workers in the unorganized sector, free treatment up to Rs 5 lakh
Nutritious breakfast before midday meal in government schools
Free education to poor children till 12th
Establishment of institutions on the lines of IIT and AIIMS in divisional headquarters
Employment or self-employment for one person in each family
permanent residence for beloved sisters
Apart from wheat and rice, pulses, mustard oil and sugar will also be available in PDS.
Chief Minister’s Jan Awas Yojana for the homeless
Skill training to fifteen lakh women under Lakhpati scheme
A total of two lakh rupees to Ladli Lakshmi daughters
Gas cylinder for Rs 450 under PM Ujjwala and Laadli Brahmin Yojana.
Free education to all girls from KG to PG
12 thousand rupees of Kisan Samman Nidhi will continue
Eklavya schools will be opened in all 89 tribal development blocks and 3800 teachers will be recruited.
Medical colleges will also open in Mandla, Khargone, Dhar, Balaghat and Sidhi.
There will be a budget of Rs 100 crore for the development of tribal devotion and worship places.
Expenditure of Rs 3 lakh crore in next 5 years on empowerment of tribals
One sports complex in every district
Immediate filling of vacant posts of nursing colleges, doctors, nurses and paramedical staff in every district
Six new expressways and modernization of 80 railway stations, operation of Vande Bharat and Vande Metro trains.
Airports in Rewa, Shahdol and Singrauli
Ten new MSME clusters with investment of Rs 5,000 crore, loans at lowest rates
Establishment of National Defense University in Bhopal
Construction of thirteen religious and cultural worlds, renovation and maintenance of major Shaktipeeths.
Renovation of ghats of Narmada, Shipra and Tapti
Employment of two lakh youth in tourism sector, self-employment opportunities
A manifesto has been issued by the opposition party Congress on 17 October. Congress had also made many promises in its manifesto.
Before releasing the manifesto, BJP also released a video in which the punch line is given – ‘Again BJP government, same roar of MP.’ Talking about the specific resolutions of this manifesto, it is going to give special emphasis on the poor, farmers, women, students and employment etc. Apart from this, various promises have been made to the public in the manifestos regarding other areas also.