Analysis of BJP manifesto: Highlights

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New Delhi, April 7: With "Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat (United India, the Best India)" slogan, the main opposition party -- Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday, April 7 released its manifesto.

Top party leaders including Rajnath Singh, Narendra Modi, LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Sushma Swaraj attended the function in Delhi where the manifesto was released.

The manifesto addressed issues of policy paralysis, system reforms, corruption with Team India as a concept, said Joshi FDI will be welcomed except in the area of multi-brand FDI will be welcomed except in the area of multi-brand retail, he said.

The manifesto says that freight and industrial corridors to be developed. "Coastal areas network development will be done through 'sagar mala' project", said Joshi.

"Water to every village, water to every field will be government's one of priorities", said Joshi. Manifesto also focusses on judicial, electoral and police reforms. "Prices have to be contained. Minorities need more opportunities in education and industry", said Joshi, releasing the manifesto.

Analysis of BJP manifesto

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Analysis of BJP manifesto

he manifesto says that freight and industrial corridors to be developed. "Coastal areas network development will be done through 'sagar mala' project", said Joshi.

 

 

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Top party leaders including Rajnath Singh, Narendra Modi, LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Sushma Swaraj attended the function in Delhi where the manifesto was released.

 

 

Analysis of BJP manifesto

With "Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat (United India, the Best India)" slogan, the main opposition party -- Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday, April 7 released its manifesto.

 

 

Analysis of BJP manifesto

"Water to every village, water to every field will be government's one of priorities", said Joshi. Manifesto also focusses on judicial, electoral and police reforms. "Prices have to be contained. Minorities need more opportunities in education and industry", said Joshi, releasing the manifesto.

 

 

Analysis of BJP manifesto

The manifesto addressed issues of policy paralysis, system reforms, corruption with Team India as a concept, said Joshi FDI will be welcomed except in the area of multi-brand FDI will be welcomed except in the area of multi-brand retail, he said.

Analysis of BJP manifesto

The manifesto says that freight and industrial corridors to be developed. "Coastal areas network development will be done through 'sagar mala' project", said Joshi.

 

 

Analysis of BJP manifesto

"Water to every village, water to every field will be government's one of priorities", said Joshi. Manifesto also focusses on judicial, electoral and police reforms. "Prices have to be contained. Minorities need more opportunities in education and industry", said Joshi, releasing the manifesto.

 

 

Analysis of BJP manifesto

"Water to every village, water to every field will be government's one of priorities", said Joshi. Manifesto also focusses on judicial, electoral and police reforms. "Prices have to be contained. Minorities need more opportunities in education and industry", said Joshi, releasing the manifesto.

 

 

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

Analysis of BJP manifesto

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