The BJP also urged the voters to get BJP candidates elected to the Lok Sabha for the all-round development of the city.
Former Minister R. Ashok said if elected, the city MPs would get Rs. 10,000 crore special infrastructure grants for Bangalore if elected to power.
Some of the points that were listed in the commitment are:
- Sports Village
- Enhance security
- Disaster Management Unit
- 10,000 crore grant for infrastructure development
- CNG for buses and taxis
- Declare Bangalore as Special Knowledge Zone
Besides declaring Bangalore a special knowledge zone, the BJP would bring an Indian Institute of Technology to Bangalore and make education affordable to the masses.
The party has promised to introduce the suburban rail service through cost-sharing basis, the proposal of which was sent by the previous BJP government to the Union, a reality. It would also introduce a train corridor project connecting Bangalore-Mysore-tumkur-Kolar-Chickballapur and Bangarpet.
BJP National General Secretary and Bangalore South constituency candidate Ananth Kumar said their prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi had a vision for systematic urbanisation. The National Democratic Alliance government would work hard to introduce bullet trains in the country, and Bangalore would be one of the prominent destinations to be connected with such facility.