The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP, Bajpa) released its manifesto for the Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022 today. The manifesto was released in the presence of BJP National President JP Nadda, CM Bhupendra Patel, State President CR Patil. Congress and AAP have also made many tempting promises.
Congress has promised that if their government is formed in the state, they will change the name of Narendra Modi Stadium to Sardar Patel. Whereas you have made promises like free electricity, free water. Now the eyes are on BJP’s manifesto. BJP was continuously seeking suggestions from the people through public relations. In this regard, the party had started the Agrasar Gujarat campaign on 15th November. Then a BJP official had said that we are trying to reach out to around 1 crore people of Gujarat so that everyone can be taken care of in the manifesto.
Releasing the manifesto, JP Nadda said that this resolution letter of ours is not just a document. We have done what we have said, we will do what we say, this is the strength of the Bharatiya Janata Party. On this occasion, CR Patil said that we have taken the opinion of 1 crore people of Gujarat for the Sankalp Patra. A WhatsApp number was issued for this. Apart from this, the children of the college also expressed their opinion. Opinions were taken from different urban people and farmers.
Highlights of BJP’s manifesto
BJP allocates Rs 10,000 crore under Gujarat Agriculture Infrastructure Fund
Promises to invest Rs 25,000 crore to expand irrigation network
BJP said that this time after returning to the government, they will strengthen Gaushalas with an additional amount of 500 crores.
1000 additional mobile veterinary units to be set up.
There is a proposal to set up a sea food park each in South Gujarat and Saurashtra.
Promise to build India’s first blue economy industrial corridor and strengthen fishing infrastructure.
The annual limit under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (Ayushman Bharat) will be increased from Rs 5 to Rs 10 lakh.
eWS families also promised a scheme of Rs 110 crore for health services.
Health facilities Maharaja Bhagwat Singh ji will create a health fund of Rs 10,000 crore.
With a budget of Rs 10,000 crore, 20,000 government schools will be converted into schools of excellence.
Promise to implement Uniform Civil Code (UCC)
Also promised free education from KG to PG (Nursery to Post Graduation) for girls.
The manifesto promises to set up 3 civil medical centers and two AIIMS-like institutions in the state.
Law for recovery from anti-social elements.
Free bus travel facility for senior women citizens.
Promises to set up 4 Gujarat Institutes of Technology (GITs) on the lines of IITs as centers of excellence in the areas of green energy, semiconductors, fintech and aerospace.
Talk of spending more than ₹1,000 crore on modernization of police force.
Congress has made these promises
Congress has focused on education, health, women, farmers, youth, safe Gujarat, social justice and corona victims in its manifesto. There is a promise of giving old pension to government employees along with gas cylinders for Rs 500 to housewives, 300 units of free electricity. For good health Congress has promised free medicines along with free transplant of kidney, liver and heart along with free treatment worth Rs 10 lakh to every Gujarati.
Congress has promised to make education free from KG to PG for all girls of the state. The Congress has promised to open 3000 new English medium government schools and establish modern educational institutions in the state. The Congress has named these promises as the promise of the Congress. Apart from this, he has also promised to provide 10 lakh jobs. The Congress has also promised to waive the loans of the farmers.
Voting for 182 seats in Gujarat will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5. The counting of votes will take place on December 8. For the last 27 years, the BJP has occupied the throne of the state. While the Congress is trying to regain its lost base, AAP is also staking its claim after its victory in Punjab.