The saffron party promised to build a “Sonar Bangla” by providing employment, strengthening social security schemes and vowing to clear the implementation of the CAA Act
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that the BJP’s manifesto for the West Bengal assembly polls offers a comprehensive vision of the party’s agenda for transforming the state.
The BJP on Sunday unveiled its manifesto for the West Bengal elections, promising to build a “Sonar Bangla” by providing employment, strengthening social security schemes and vowing to clear the implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in the first cabinet meeting of the new government, if it is voted to power.
Unveiling the “Sonar Bangla Sankalpa Patra” at EZCC in Salt Lake, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the BJP will ensure the implementation of the Ayushman Bharat healthcare scheme and the PM-Kisan programme in the state, besides giving at least one job per family.
Modi later tweeted, “BJP’s Sonar Bangla Sonkolpo Potro offers a comprehensive vision of our Party’s agenda for transforming West Bengal. It addresses various aspects of good governance. Would urge you all to have a look at it.”