The Bharatiya Janata Party has released its manifesto (Sankalp Patra) for the upcoming Delhi Assembly Elections 2020, which was announced by Dr Harsh Vardhan, Prakash Javadekar and Nitin Gadkari.
A promulgated announcement of the intentions, goal or opinions of the issuer such as an individual group, political party or government is known as a manifesto.
To grab the attention and idea of the elector, political parties formulate several manifestos before the election which are recognised as Election Manifestos. At the time of the election, the manifestos are advertised in several ways like on FM, hoardings, televisions, in newspapers, etc. When the party receives the authorisation to rule for five years from the electorate, it omits to exercise its commitments what it promised before elections. To handle such violations and misrepresentation to the people, Election Manifestos were introduced. Hence, it has become constitutionally or legally mandatory for the ruling political party or the combination of ruling political parties to enforce the election manifestos presented to the voters before the elections. The ruling party which turns up as triumphant will be held liable to the public in general and the voters particularly. Whatever is the moral responsibility of a party will be legally binding.
BJP Manifesto in Delhi Election
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been discoursing various campaigns all over Delhi ahead of the February 8 assembly polls. He stated that the capital needs a government who can give the right direction to the Constituency and should not play a blame game. In the Karkardooma campaign on Monday, PM Modi incriminated the AAP and the Congress for instigating the anti-CAA protests and the disturbances observed at Shaheen Bagh and Jamia Millia Islamia. As the Date of Delhi Assembly Elections is approaching, Prime Minister also addressed a public rally in Dwarka on Tuesday.
BJP state unit Chief Manoj Tiwari ensured an uncorrupted constitution and a development board for the newly-authorised colonies if it comes into existence. Manoj Tiwari declared in his statement that the national capital will receive sterile water in their taps and there will be no dependency on water tankers if BJP triumphs in the upcoming elections. Several central schemes like Ayushman Yojna, Pradhanmantri Awas Yojna and Kisan Samman Yojna will be enforced for the benefits of the poor sections of the society if BJP comes into power. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari who was also present at the time of election manifesto release corresponded the ruling Aam Aadmi Party’s commitment of freebies such as free water and electricity. He said that the specific measures need to be taken to shape Delhi’s future; only freebie will not work.
BJP pledged financial support and tidbits to the voters such as providing Rs. 2 lakh to every poor girl at the time of her birth, electric scooters to poverty-stricken girls going to college, Rs.51,000 for needy widows for their daughter’s wedding. Besides, a free bicycle for class 9 girl students was also promised. A youth talent hunt including 10 lakh jobs in the span of next five years, Rani Laxmi Bai Scheme for the women security, new regulations for street vendors and a job guarantee for contractual employees have also been affirmed. Moreover, BJP has guaranteed a Samrudh Delhi Infrastructure Policy with the proposed expense of Rs. 10,000 crore. If BJP gets elected, it will form a Yamuna Board and commemorate Yamuna Mahotsav too. A riverfront and ghat will be built at the Yamuna and aarti on a daily basis will be performed over there.
On the contrary, AAP has named the BJP manifesto for impending Delhi Assembly Elections 2020 as ‘jumla patra’.
PM Narendra Modi said that the explosion in protests in areas like Shaheen Bagh, Jamia and Seelampur were not at all accidental. It is a trial to divert the attention from the actual conspiracy. He has boosted the nationalism angle. Yelling at the Aam Aadmi Party government, he said that the several schemes for poor have been halted by the city government. While discoursing his last election meeting in the capital ahead of Delhi Assembly election polls, he said that the Delhi government is postponing the Central government’s schemes for the poor people.
The Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia have unfolded their economic manifesto intending to make every family prosperous. They have ensured clean water, 24-hour electricity, health, quality education to Delhiites. Posterior to February 8 electorates, AAP government will pursue its endeavours for the way of Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill if it comes to power. AAP is planning to aggravate its rally in the last three days by encompassing the members of its frontal organisations. On the other hand, the Election Manifestos of BJP and Congress have also been released in which they have promised freebies to retaliate AAP’s strategy.
Although the ruling party has been actively participating in the public rallies for the upcoming electorates slated to take place on February 8th, BJP has not exposed the face of the CM yet. AAP chief and the present CM Arvind Kejriwal has confronted BJP to reveal their CM candidate while demonstrating the manifesto on Tuesday.
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