Reiterating the promises on Ram Temple and Uniform Civil Code while omitting Ram Sethu project, BJP introduced their manifesto, what they call “Sankalp Patr” for the Lok Sabha elections, 2019.
In a special mention to the Sabarimala controversy, the party promises to ensure “that the subjects of faith, tradition and worship rituals related to Sabarimala are presented in a comprehensive manner before Honbl Supreme Court. We will endeavour to secure constitutional protection on issues related to faith and belief,” reads the manifesto.
BJP also claims to make India the third largest economy in the world.
The 45-page book starts with promises on national security, titled “Nation First.” The party hopes to bank on the reported military actions against Pakistan in the polls. The manifesto claims the “decisive leadership” of PM Narendra Modi has “altered the security paradigm of India.”
BJP also promises to double the income of farmers.
Minutes after BJP released their manifesto, the Congress party called it ‘jumla’ and that it was a book of “gimmicks.”