India's BJP releases manifesto ahead of upcoming elections

India's BJP releases manifesto ahead of upcoming elections

India's BJP releases manifesto ahead of upcoming elections

Opposition parties have accused the panel of being biased in favour of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which they say gives Modi an unfair advantage in the election.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi gestures as he speaks after releasing India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)'s election manifesto for the April/May general election, in New Delhi, April 8, 2019.

"Addressing a public rally in Uttar Pradesh's Pilibhit from where he is contesting the upcoming Lok Sabha election, Varun Gandhi said", Few people from my family have been prime ministers but the kind of prestige PM Modi has brought to India, nobody else has done for the country for a long time. "The world has drastically changed because of social media and things like that, the policies sometimes are lagging behind and procedures, which have to be followed, make us slow", said the official at the ECI, which has 300 people in its headquarters and others in states.

The party promised that it would continue with the simplification of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) process by engaging in dialogue with all the stakeholders.

The saffron party would ensure the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Bill in Parliament with utmost respect to every state's cultural values, Singh said.

The prime minister said the BJP's manifesto was a "multi-layered and multi-dimensional" document that addressed the expectations and aspirations of all sections of the society.

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With its strikes on terror, the Modi-led government had sent out a strong message that India could not be taken lightly, the BJP chief said.

The Congress on Sunday announced "Ab Hoga Nyay" as its battle cry for the Lok Sabha polls and launched a campaign centred around the theme of "justice", while alluding to the party's proposed minimum income scheme and the "anyay" (injustice) "prevailing under the BJP rule".

"We are fully committed on nationalism and zero tolerance towards terrorism", the Union home minister added.

"Our new policy, new doctrine of striking terror at its origin has received global recognition", he told the gathering.

He said the BJP should start packing as people would reject its false promises and throw the party out of power, and that the party should have issued a "maafinama" (apology letter) instead of a "jhansa patra".

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