BJP President JP Nadda said that along with the discussion of the resolution letter, I also discuss its importance. If the other party brings a manifesto, then only the people of their party do not give importance to it, but if the BJP gives a commitment, then people understand it. The people of the country wait to see what will be the manifesto of the BJP.
BJP National President JP Nadda released the party’s manifesto in Agartala in view of the assembly elections.
BJP President JP Nadda said that along with the discussion of the Sankalp Patra, I also discuss its importance. If the other party brings a manifesto, then only the people of their party do not give importance to it, but when BJP gives any commitment, then people understand it, the people of the country wait to see what the BJP’s manifesto will be. He said that sometime in 70 years you had heard that the leader brings his report card, but when the BJP leader comes in front, he brings his report card and tells the roadmap ahead.
The BJP promised more autonomy for tribal areas, financial assistance to farmers and increased special-manufacturing areas of the rubber-based industry, if voted to power in Tripura for a second consecutive term. Releasing the party’s manifesto for the February 16 assembly polls in the state, BJP president JP Nadda said a regional medical science institute in Agartala would be launched along with launching a Rs 5 meal scheme for all in the name of religious guru Anukul Chandra. Institute will also be set up. Nadda said that we will take Tripura on the path of ‘DTH’ – Vikas (Development), Parivartan (Transformation) and Sadbhav (Harmony).
Congress promises Rs 3,000 monthly assistance to BPL mothers in Meghalaya
Every household will be given a job. In the Congress manifesto released here, the party also promised to bring a law and provide uninterrupted power supply to commercial and domestic users. The party said it would make it mandatory to upload all files related to development and infrastructure on the portal. Congress state chief Vincent H Pala said, if the Congress forms the government, it will transfer Rs 3,000 per month to single BPL mothers raising their children alone. It will empower women to give them financial independence and help them run their households in a better way. This works out to 36,000 in a year which is a substantial amount. Mothers raising children alone have to face a lot of problems.