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Modi’s guarantee manifesto

Election manifestos do not cause any major change on the ground of reality, but there is always an eagerness to release them before every election. In fact, the role of these manifestos is like pickles or papads in food, which, even if they are not on the plate, do not make much of a difference, but they do add some flavour. Completing the same ritual of election manifesto, the ruling BJP also released its manifesto for the parliamentary elections on Sunday. The BJP has called it a “conspiracy.” Since the BJP and Prime Minister Modi are big believers in the politics of symbols and identity, the Sankalp Patra was released a few days ahead of schedule on Ambedkar Jayanti to send out an underlying political message. The main opposition party Congress has also released its manifesto a few days ago.

It is quite natural that the election manifestos of the opposition parties focus on alluring promises, while such manifestos of the ruling party also have some mention of its achievements along with the promises. The imprint of this concept is visible on the BJP’s manifesto. Since the BJP has been in power at the Centre for the last ten years, it has shown a picture of a happy future with its achievements as well as a sense of continuity in them. This can be explained by several points. The first is to meet the test of your rationality. Second, the equations on the socio-economic front. Third, to present the basis points of a better future framework. Fourth, to lay the foundation of a developed India and to improve the scope of public welfare and the deep impression of Prime Minister Modi on it.

The BJP has a very clear ideology. Since its inception, it has remained steadfast in its ideology. During the coalition governments, there may not have been such activism on some issues related to ideology, but the Modi government has fulfilled three major ideological promises of the party in its second term. First of all, Article 370 was abolished in Jammu and Kashmir, which at one time seemed an impossible task. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also said of this. After the court order, the way for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya was opened and the government provided all possible support, paving the way for the construction of a grand temple. Through the Citizenship Amendment Act, the government also fulfilled a promise related to its ideology. Some of the BJP state governments have taken steps towards a core ideological issue like the Uniform Civil Code, and through this Sankalp Patra too, the BJP has promised continuity on this policy front by indicating its implementation at the all-India level.

On the economic-social front, the BJP has embodied its distinctive social engineering. Under the guise of caste census, which the Congress and Rahul Gandhi are planning to target the BJP, the BJP has given constitutional status to the Backward Class Commission related to OBCs during its government. Optical fiber has been delivered to the gram panchayats. The message of creating new institutions and organisations has also been given. For example, the Planning Commission was replaced by the NITI Aayog. Similarly, by replacing the old Parliament House with a new one, the message was given that change is very necessary according to the changing times. In an expression of aspirations, the BJP has signalled a move towards’ one-nation-one-election. ” In this regard, the government has formed a committee under the chairmanship of former President Ram Nath Kovind, which has recently submitted its recommendations. Through this, the BJP wants to send a message that the model code of conduct that is imposed due to frequent elections has an impact on development activities and is also costly in terms of resources. Therefore, this change is very necessary for continuity on the front of time, energy, resources and development.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for making India a developed country by 2047 and the world’s third largest economy in the third term. In fulfilling this resolve, he talks about empowering four sections – youth, farmers, women and the poor. He also refers to these sections as the largest and dominant ‘castes’ in the country. For them, the imprint of the BJP’s efforts is visible from the action plan to the resolution letter. There is a talk of skill development and expanding the scope of Mudra Yojana for youth power. At the same time, the same can be said for the Samman Nidhi and MSP for farmers. There are points like Ujjwala for women, Drone Didi and 33 per cent reservation in the legislature. At the same time, there are schemes like Ayushman Yojana for the poor, treatment and free ration for people above 70 years of age. Overall, there is an intention to expand the scope of public welfare along with making the country developed.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s imprint is visible on the manifesto. In this, he is present as a more effective character than the party, the government or the organization. It only mentions’ Modi’s Guarantee ‘at places. While releasing the manifesto, Prime Minister Modi also reiterated his resolve to attack corruption. Undoubtedly, corruption is a big issue, but in this, the Prime Minister will also have to guarantee that there will be no laxity in action against corrupt leaders who join the BJP. Only then will this guarantee be effective. Otherwise, it may not be able to convince the public as much. In a few days, it will also be clear what option the public adopts on the BJP’s resolution letter.

Modi’s Major Announcements

  • Prevention of breast and cervical cancer and osteoporosis, expansion of existing health services.
  • A transparent government recruitment system, implementation of the law to prevent paper leaks.
  • Delivery of government services to senior citizens at their doorsteps.
  • Inclusion of auto, taxi, truck drivers in social security schemes.
  • Implementation of CAA, but silence on NRC; Making ‘One Nation, One Election’ a reality.
  • Increase in MSP from time to time. agriculture
  • To launch indigenous’ Bharat Krishi ‘satellite for agriculture.
  • Helping two crore farmers through SriAnna, India will become a global nutrition hub.
  • Energy independence for India by 2047.
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