From Ramayan University to Free Power for Farmers; Have a look at BJP's UP manifesto here

  • In its manifesto, 'Lok Kalyan Sankalp-Patra,' the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) promised stronger 'love jihad' laws, free power for farmers, and Ramayan University in Ayodhya, among other promises to Uttar Pradesh's 24 crore citizens. An offender arrested under the 'love jihad' law will face a ten-year prison sentence and a fine of Rs 1 lakh, according to the party.

  • In addition, the BJP pledged three crore new employment over the following five years, one for each family. "By tripling per capita income, we will make Uttar Pradesh the state's number one economy," the party stated. It also guaranteed free bus rides to women over 60, increased the Kanya Sumangala Yojana sum from Rs 15,000 to Rs 25,000, and pledged that sugarcane dues would be settled in 15 days.

  • The party also launched Divyang, a Rs 1,500-per-month old-age pension, and the 'Maa Annapoorna cafeteria,' which will focus on subsidised meals for the urban poor. Those living below the poverty line (BPL) will receive a free LPG cylinder twice a year, on Holi and Diwali.

  • The government will boost wheat and paddy purchasing at MSP over the next five years, according to the BJP. The Rani Laxmibai Yojana will provide free scooters to deserving female students to help them become self-sufficient, according to the statement.

  • The party also stated that the Lata Mangeshkar Institute of Performing Arts will be established. Due to the death of iconic singer Lata Mangeshkar, the BJP postponed the distribution of its manifesto for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections on Sunday, according to state party president Swatantra Dev Singh.


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