BJP Head PM Narendra Modi will Release his first National Election Manifesto

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today will unveil the manifesto of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the roadmap of what the party wants to achieve after winning 2019 Lok Sabha Election.

“Prime Minister will be present and the entire leadership of BJP will also be present,” said a senior BJP leader who is part of the committee to prepare the manifesto.

BJP tried to reach out to people for their suggestions and had placed 1500 suggestion boxes in assembly constituencies to welcome their suggestions.

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As per Modi, Manifesto is a reflection of people’s aspiration

“Our poll manifesto is a reflection of people’s aspiration, jan ke mann ki baat,” says Prime Minister Narendra Modi after launching the BJP’s manifesto. “An unprecedented scale of dialogue took place before the manifesto was finalised and it is the true spirit of democracy.”

“Three main themes emerge from the manifesto — Nationalism (our inspiration) , Antyodaya (our philosophy) and Sushaasan or good governance (our mantra),” said the Prime Minister. “While most governments are judged and set goals for five years we have set a mid term goal of 75 promises to complete before 2022, the 75th anniversary of our independence. The biggest assessment of a government is not just what you did but whether you ensured last mile delivery.”

“We will create a new Jal Shakti ministry as well as one for fishermen as well. We want to work on how to reach tap water to all and create a special task force for it. I met many people of Tamil Nadu and we got the idea through crowd sourcing.”

“I have to work in five years to make up for all that should have been done in the last 60 years. We have kept the common man at the centre of our manifesto and our promises,” adds Mr. Modi.

“Only the poor can defeat poverty. Thus empowerment of poor is important, to start with small things to kindle aspirations. We want to trust the citizens of the country and therefore kept their strength at the centre of our programmes,” he says.


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