Bengaluru: The BJP has released its election manifesto with promises including Uniform Civil Code and modernization of all government schools in Karnataka.
Assembly elections will be held in Karnataka on the 10th. All the parties are actively campaigning for this. Meanwhile, the BJP on Monday released an election manifesto with many promises to retain power in Karnataka, the only ruling state in South India. This report named ‘Praja Pranalike’ was presented by the party’s national president JP. Published by Natta. State Chief Minister Basavaraj Boyam, former Chief Minister P.S. Yeddyurappa and others participated. It promises a uniform civil code for all in Karnataka, 10 lakh jobs in the manufacturing sector, and making Bengaluru a world-class city.
Highlights of BJP’s Election Manifesto:
> Every family below poverty line in the state will get three free cooking gas cylinders per year. These cylinders are distributed during the festival months of Ugadi, Vinayagarh Chaturthi and Diwali.
> ‘Atal Aahar Kendra’ – Through this scheme a canteen will be set up in all the Municipal Corporations in the state to provide affordable nutritious food.
> ‘Through the Boshne scheme, half a liter of Nandini milk will be provided free of cost to every family below the poverty line in the state. Also, through this scheme, 5 kg Arasi and 5 kg small grains will be given to the below poverty line every month.
> With the return of BJP rule in the state, uniform civil code will be implemented for all.
> ‘Sarvarku Suru Yojana’ – All government schools in Karnataka will be modernized in collaboration with private companies.
> Financial assistance will be provided to those preparing for competitive exams like UPSC, Bank Exam etc.
> A committee will be set up and developed to make life easier for apartment dwellers in Bengaluru. Transport facilities will be improved. And they have promised that Bengaluru city will be upgraded to world class.
Meanwhile, speaking to the press, J.P. Natta said, “BJP’s vision as far as Karnataka is concerned is one-size-fits-all justice.”