New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi releases Bharatiya Janata Party’s manifesto “Sankalp Patra” for the Lok Sabha elections 2019 in New Delhi on Monday.
Prime Minster Narendra Modi said that this ‘Sankalp Patra’ lays the foundation stone to see India among developed nations in future.
Prime Minister also said that this manifesto centres around three key points including nationalism which is our inspiration , Antyodaya’ which is vision and good governance is our motto.
Prime Minister also said that government is working to focus on key areas with a mantra of one mission, one direction to empower the people and bring transformation in their lives.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spelling out the three pronged vision that drives the BJP’s Sankalp Patra. A document that spells out governance in continuity taking forward the achievements of the Government so far and spelling out the road ahead not just till 2022 but beyond. Party President Amit Shah asserted that guided by PM Modi’s vision for India at 2022, BJP has taken 75 pledges.
President of the Manifesto committee Rajnath Singh elaborated on the key points, around National Security including zero tolerance towards terrorism.
The other points of continuity in the BJP Manifesto on this front are the
-Enactment of citizenship amendment bill while preserving and protecting on regional identities & the Abrogation of Article 370
-Annulling Article 35A of the Constitution
-Safe return of Kashmiri Pandits
-Strengthening the strike capability of armed forces
-Self Reliance in Defence Sector under ‘Make in India’
-Construction of Ram Mandir at the earliest in cordial atmosphere
On the foreign policy front, the BJP Manifesto positions India as a emerging power centre in a multi-polar world that plays a major role in shaping the global agenda in the 21st century.
Among the key highlights in this sector are:
-‘Bharat Gaurav’ to increase interaction among Indian Diaspora
-Pursue multilateral cooperation against global evils such as terrorism & corruption
-Increase strength of diplomatic and allied cadres
Prime Minister Narendra Modi best sums up the BJP’s Sankalp Patra