BJP manifesto 2021 WB Election Bharatiya Janata Party announcement manifesto for Bengal state assembly election

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BJP manifesto 2021 WB Election Bharatiya Janata Party announcement manifesto for Bengal state assembly election

WB Election 2021, BJP Manifesto: In the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah West Bengal BJP has submitted its manifesto for the Assembly elections. Under this, 33 per cent reservation has been promised to women in government jobs in the state. It also promised to implement the CAA Act in the first cabinet meeting after the government came to power. BJP has also promised the people of Bengal to pay the arrears of Kisan Sanman Nidhi for three years. Amit Shah “Our government will completely ban infiltration in the state,” he said. Also girls from KG to PG will be given free education. Not only this, the dinner plate will be started at Rs.

Highlights from the manifesto:

  • 33 per cent reservation for women in all government jobs in the state
  • Fishermen will be paid Rs 6,000 per annum
  • Women will not be charged in government transport
  • The dinner plate will start at Rs
  • Anti-corruption helpline will be started
  • Free education for girls from KG to PG
  • Seventh Pay Commission for all government employees
  • A job for one member of each family
  • Satyajit Ray will inaugurate the International Awards
  • Ayushman Bharat will implement the scheme
  • The CAA will implement the first meeting of the cabinet
  • Complaints against corruption can be made directly to the Chief Minister
  • Appropriate mechanisms will be put in place to curb cattle smuggling
  • Three new AIIMS to be set up in Bengal
  • Will double medical college seats
  • Launch ‘Invest Bangla’ for investors
  • Under the Farmers Protection Scheme, Rs. 4000 per annum will be provided to each landless farmer
  • The list of OBC reservations will include Mahis, Teli and other castes from the Hindu community
  • A local airport will be set up in Purulia
  • Promise to award the Nobel Prize to Rabindra Nath Tagore
  • Five new milk plants in Bengal
  • Promise to enact West Bengal Whistle Blower Act
  • Medical and Engineering course in Bengali language
  • A single window system will be introduced in Bengal
  • Arrangements will be made for people from all over the world to attend the Durga Puja
  • Promise to increase widow pension from Rs.1000 to Rs.3000

When submitting the manifesto Amit Shah He said, “It is the manifesto of the largest party in the world. The BJP government runs on the manifesto. This manifesto is very important to us. We know the reactions of the people before making the manifesto. “

Amit Shah He further said, “For many years, the manifesto was being announced as a process. Ever since the BJP won the country and became the BJP government, the importance of the manifesto has increased. Because after the BJP government came, the government started working on the manifesto.”

CM Mamata Banerjee Aiming at him, Amit Shah said, “Bengal has lagged behind in the race for development due to misgovernance. Political violence has reached its climax. TMC has done politics of appeasement in Bengal. Mamata Banerjee Is based on his views. “

Elections will be held in Bengal in eight phases

BengalVoting for 294 seats will be held in eight phases. The first phase of polling will be held on March 27 in Bangla. In the first phase, voting will take place for 38 seats. Voting for the second phase will take place on April 1. The second phase will see voting for 30 seats. Voting for the third phase will take place on April 6 and 31 seats will be up for grabs.

Voting for 44 seats in the fourth phase will take place on April 10. The fifth phase will be held on April 17 and voting for 45 seats will be held here. In addition, voting will take place on April 22 for 41 seats in the sixth phase, on April 26 for 36 seats in the seventh phase and for 35 seats in the eighth phase. The results of the Bengal elections will be announced on May 2.

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