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7 Big Takeaways from the BJP’s Manifesto

Posted by Admin on April 9, 2019 | Comment

7 Big Takeaways from the BJP's Manifesto


The Bhartiya Janata Party on Monday released its manifesto for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. With the tagline “Phir Ek Bar, Modi Sarkar,” top BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah, launched the manifesto, described by the party as its “Sankalp Patra”. Calling them “75 promises for India@75,” the party said the manifesto reflected “people’s Mann Ki Baat.”

The ‘Sankalp Patra’ comes three days before the first of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections begins (April 11).

Here are some of the big takeaways from the BJP’s manifesto:

Uniform Civil Code

BJP believes that there cannot be gender equality till such time India adopts a Uniform Civil Code, which protects the rights of all women, and the BJP reiterates its stand to draft a Uniform Civil Code, drawing upon the best traditions and harmonizing them with the modern times.

Farming Sector                      

According to the manifesto, the party will make all efforts to achieve the goal of doubling the farmer’s income by 2022.

The party plans to launch a pension scheme with Rs 6,000 yearly income support to farmers and pension to small and marginal farmers above 60 years of age. 

Ram Mandir

The BJP in its manifesto said that they will explore all possibilities within the framework of the Constitution and all necessary efforts to facilitate the expeditious construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.


The BJP will legislate a bill to prohibit and eliminate practices such as Triple Talaq and Nikah Halala.

The manifesto also makes a commitment towards abrogation of Article 370, annul Article 35A and return of Kashmiri Pandits.

The manifesto also states that the party is committed to the enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Bill for the protection of individuals of religious minority communities from neighbouring countries escaping persecution

National Security

The party promises to speed up the purchases of outstanding defense-related equipments and weapons.

The BJP in manifesto said that they have already demonstrated their commitment to the welfare of the veterans with the implementation of long-delayed One Rank One Pension (OROP). To take this commitment forward, the party promised to create a more effective framework for the resettlement of our Armed Forces veterans.

Health and Education

The party promises to establish 75 new medical colleges and postgraduate colleges and lakh health and wellness centres under Ayushman Bharat.

The party also plans to open another 200 Kendriya Vidyalayas and Navodaya Vidayalas schools by 2024.


The party promises to make all efforts to ensure electrification of all railway tracks and completion of the dedicated freight corridor project by 2022.

The party also plans to start developing smart railway stations across India.


The party also promised to make every effort to make India a major force in the world.