Bharatiya Janata Party chief Jagat Prakash Nadda has released the party’s resolution letter for Rajasthan assembly elections.
BJP has described the manifesto as a roadmap for development. Releasing BJP’s resolution letter, Nadda said that his party will support everyone and develop everyone in the state. Villages, poor, farmers, women, youth, scheduled castes, scheduled tribes will be strengthened.
He said that the resolution letter is a vision for the Bharatiya Janata Party. While mentioning his vision for Rajasthan, Nadda also mentioned the Rajasthan centric schemes of the Centre. He said that Rajasthan has been given 23 medical colleges in the last 9 years.
What’s in BJP’s manifesto
Women will be given free education from KG to PG.
The amount of Matri Vandan will be increased. It will be increased from 4 thousand to 8 thousand
On the lines of AIIMS and IIT, Rajasthan Institute of Technology and Medical Colleges will be opened in every division.
SIT will investigate the paper leak
Wheat produce will be purchased at Rs 2,700 per quintal and bonus will be given over the MSP.
A serving bond of Rs 2 lakh will be given on the birth of a daughter.
A compensation policy will be made to give fair compensation to the farmers’ land auctioned under the Congress government.
Will form Mahila Thana in every district and Mahila Desk in every police station and Anti Romeo Squad in all major cities.
More than 6 lakh rural women will be given skill training under Lakhpati Didi Scheme.
Under PM Ujjwala scheme, cylinders will be provided to women of all poor families for Rs 450.
Students from economically weaker families will be provided annual assistance of Rs 1200 for uniform etc.
From tourism point of view, to promote tourism, we will train five lakh youth by creating tourism skill courses and along with this we will provide employment and self-employment opportunities.
2.5 lakh unemployed people will be given jobs in the state in the next 5 years.
While releasing BJP’s resolution letter, JP Nadda fiercely attacked the current Ashok Gehlot government.
He said that during the Gehlot government, women were insulted and farmers were despised, which will not happen in the BJP government.
Nadda said that those who separate the head from the body hold rallies in Rajasthan. This kind of environment in the state will be changed. He said that whatever we say, we do.