11 Nov 2023

Madhya Pradesh Elections 2023: BJP releases manifesto with tagline “Modi's Guarantee, BJP's Trust”, these are key commitments party has made

Bhopal: Ahead of Madhya Pradesh Elections 2023, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has released its manifesto today on Saturday. Its tagline is "Modi's Guarantee, BJP's Trust." The manifesto aims to address every section of society, promising houses for sisters, free education from KG to 12th grade for students from poor families, and free education for students from KG to PG.

MIT, SIMSwill open in every district

Additionally, following the model of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), the BJP pledges to open Madhya Pradesh Institutes of Technology (MIT) in every district of the state. Similarly, on the lines of All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), the BJP promises to establish State Institutes of Medical Sciences (SIMS) in each district. 

Monthly pension of Rs 1500 to senior citizens

A monthly pension of Rs 1500 will be provided to senior citizens and differently-abled citizens, an increase from the current Rs 600. Electricity at the rate of Rs 100 for 100 units, along with the introduction of the Commissionerate system in Jabalpur and Gwalior after Bhopal and Indore.

The program at the Kushabhau Thakre Convention Centre in Bhopal was attended by the Chairman of the Manifesto Committee, Jayant Malaiya, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, and State President V.D. Sharma.

Nadda said, "We do not forget promises." He stated that while other political parties make promises and forget them, the BJP monitors and implements them. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan mentioned that the manifesto would be implemented on the ground.

Some key points from the manifesto include:

For youth:

Stipend up to Rs 10,000.

At least one job or self-employment in every family.

For economically weaker sections

Free education from KG to 12th grade for students.

Free education from KG to PG for female students.

Affordable rates for mustard oil and sugar.

For tribals and peasants

Bonus on MSP for wheat and paddy

Rs 3 lakh crore fund.

Purchase of tendu leaves at Rs 4,000 per standard bag.

For urban areas

Establishment of medical colleges in Mandla, Khargone, Dhar, Balaghat, and Sidhi.

Metro rail in Gwalior-Jabalpur.

Airports in Rewa, Shahdol, and Singrauli.

13 cultural centers in Madhya Pradesh.

Establishment of Ekalavya schools in each tehsil.

Bundelkhand, Vindhya, and Mahakoshal Development Boards.

In the health sector

The state government will bear expenses exceeding Rs 5 lakh in the Ayushman scheme.

Establishment of Atal Medicity.

Opening sports complexes in every district.

Establishment of literary academies for Bagheli, Bundeli, Gondi, and Bhili languages.

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