Wednesday, September 28, 2022

West Bengal Election 2021: BJP’s election manifesto in Bengal today, these big promises can be announced

New Delhi: BJP will release its manifesto for the West Bengal elections today. In the presence of many big leaders of the party, Home Minister Amit Shah will issue BJP’s manifesto in Kolkata this evening. It is believed that the BJP can make many breathtaking promises in its manifesto. There may be many announcements such as the promise of 1 crore jobs in 5 years, while the law on love jihad is also possible in the manifesto.

The BJP has named its manifesto a vision document. In its resolution letter, BJP will try to convince the people of Bengal that Bengal will take a flight during the double-engine government. It is believed that the Bharatiya Janata Party may promise to provide a large number of schools for the backward classes in its manifesto.

According to the BJP, two crore people have been suggested to prepare the manifesto. The BJP had prepared a manifesto for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections on the basis of public opinion. The manifesto may promise to implement the Ayushman Bharat scheme in Bengal. Apart from this, 33 percent reservation for women in government jobs can be promised.

BJP can also announce the implementation of CAA to give citizenship to Hindus coming from Bangladesh. The BJP’s vision document for Bengal may also include the development of North Bengal, the highway, and the promotion of the tea industry. Also, the matter of giving 18 thousand rupees annually to the farmers can also be included in the manifesto.

Not only this, BJP can also promise to set up the State Policy Commission in Bengal. Apart from this, BJP can also declare cut money i.e. tolabaji and elimination of syndicate raj. The BJP may also point to speeding up the investigation into the Saradha and Rose Valley chit fund scams in its vision document. It may also promise a special rehabilitation package for BJP workers killed in political violence in its manifesto.

TMC Manifesto

Significantly, before the BJP, Mamata Banerjee had released her election manifesto on Wednesday. In her manifesto of 146 pages, where Mamata counted the achievements of the last 10 years, she also made many promises. Along with jobs, health, education, many schemes for the development of farmers and the poor were also enumerated.

Let me tell you that the main contest in the West Bengal elections is being considered between the Trinamool Congress and the BJP. Bengal currently has a Trinamool Congress government and Mamata Banerjee is the Chief Minister. In the last election, Mamata’s TMC won the maximum 211 seats, Congress 44, 26 left and BJP won only three seats. While others had won ten seats. It needs 148 seats for majority.

Significantly, in the first phase of 294 seats in West Bengal, votes will be cast in 30 seats on March 27. On April 1 in 30 seats in the second phase, on 31 April in the third phase, on 6 April, in the fourth phase 44 seats on 10 April, in the fifth phase 45 seats on 17 April, in the sixth phase 43 seats on 22 April, In the seventh phase, votes will be cast in 36 seats on April 26 and in the eighth phase on April 29 on 35 seats. While the votes will be counted on 2 May.


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