- BJP has released its election manifesto making a list of promises
- The manifesto named Vision Document carries promises of development
- The party has promised to implement 7th pay commission to govt employees
Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) has come up with a list of promises to the people of Tripura as the party has released its election manifesto recently, Vision Document, a manifesto of BJP promises to implement 7th pay commission to the govt employees and many more promises of development.
The manifesto reflects PM Modi’s development agenda-Arun Jaitley
The Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley unveiled the election manifesto of BJP promising many developmental projects in the state. He was present in Agartala, the capital city of Tripura to release the Vision Document.
On this occasion, the Finance Minister stated that this Vision Document Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s development agenda.
Adding on to this, he also stated that Tripura deserves better, targetting the ruling CPIM in the state.
During this release of election manifesto, Union Finance Minister was accompanied by the Health Minister of Assam and the election incharge of BJP for Tripura, Himanta Biswa Sarma.
Along with them, the BJP worker Shahnawaz Hussain was also present in the state to be a part of this crucial event of the party.
Promises made in Manifesto
As the elections are approaching Tripura, Bhartiya Janata Party is all set to root out the ruling Communist Party government in the state. For this, the party has released its Vision Document, a manifesto promising development to Tripura.
As per the list of promises made in the manifesto by the National Party, if the populace helps the party to form the government in the state, they will implement Seventh Pay Commission for the Government Employees of the state, those are receiving 4th CPC till date.
BJP also promised to regularize all contractual government employees, and provide minimum social security pension of Rs 2,000 and minimum wages of Rs 340.
Along with this, the party will also focus on the development of the education in Tripura and for this, the party will form an educational institute in each and every constituency.
The party has also promised to provide free education for women up to the graduate level and the youth of the state will receive smartphones.
Focussing on the need of bringing transparency in public employment policy, the party has also promised to end the nepotism. The party has also stated that both the state and the government at the Centre will work in a coordinated manner, so the state can prosper.
Apart from this, the party in the election manifesto also promised the people to punish those accused in the Rose Valley scam and bring more investment opportunities to Tripura focusing on sector-wise development across the state.
The party vowed to revive dormant sector and establish new industries in the state.
Amit Shah in Tripura
Polling for Tripura Assembly elections will be held on February 18 and the results will be announced on March 3.
Keeping the same in mind, the Party President Amit Shah is on his visit to Tripura.
On Sunday, Shah conducted three election rallies and two road shows in various parts of the state.
On Monday, Shah has conducted a press conference at Hotel Sonar Turi in Agartala. Here, he lashed out at the ruling Communist Party and promised to dethore incumbent Chief Minister Manik Sarkar.
During this, Shah also showed confidence in making the next BJP government in the state.