Union minister and senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday released the party’s manifesto for the assembly elections to be held in Jharkhand. The party’s manifesto has promised to give jobs to at least one of the members of the families falling within the state’s poverty line (BPL).
In the manifesto, the party has also promised financial assistance to high school students coming from backward and poor families. Union Minister Prasad released the declaration that under this, each student of class nine and 10 will get Rs 2200 and students of class 11 and 12 will get Rs 7500 as scholarship.
He said that if the government is formed again in the state, the party has also resolved to create employment opportunities for the local youth. The manifesto also promised a loan of up to five lakh rupees for tribal women running self-help groups. Let us tell you that the assembly elections in Jharkhand are to begin in five phases from November 30.
BJP’s promises for 2022
Apart from this, the BJP has also promised in the manifesto that 70 new tribal schools will be opened by 2022. It will also become a center for vocational and technical education for tribals. Social security schemes will be run for primitive tribes.
Several leaders, including the Chief Minister of the state Raghuvar Das, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, state election in-charge Om Prakash Mathur, were present during the issuance of the manifesto
‘Abki Bar, 65 Paar’ slogan
During the release of manifesto, BJP state president Laxman Giluwa said that the party has kept its target ‘Abki Bar, 65 Paar’. BJP workers and supporters will work in the state with this slogan.
He said that we are confident that BJP will form a stronger government in 2019. At the same time, Union Minister Arjun Munda said that through this resolution letter, the resolve to pursue the state with a holistic vision has been reiterated.
BJP government made efforts to fulfill promises
Arjun Munda said that the party’s resolve is to provide equal opportunities to every citizen. The Bharatiya Janata Party will complete the contemplation of Antyodaya through its resolutions.
On this occasion, Chief Minister Raghuvar Das said that the BJP government in 2014 has made efforts to fulfill the promises made to the people. This manifesto is not just a piece of paper, but it is a sacred book.