BJP manifesto released: Will build ‘Ram Mandir’ constitutionally, says Amit Shah

New Delhi: BJP National President Amit Shah today while releasing Bharatiya Janata Party manifesto for Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections stated that BJP will work for the development in Uttar Pradesh and will form government with two third majority.

Manifesto has been named ‘Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra’ and was released in presence of Amit Shah accompanied by senior party leaders Keshav Prasad Maurya and Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow.

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Amit Shah further stated that for the last15 years SP and BSP have been ruling the state and still there was no development done in the state.

Following the promises regarding the development of the state he stated that if his party comes into power then they will distribute laptops to youth with 1 GB free internet.

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He further went on to say that Special Task Force will be set up to stop the illegal mining in Uttar Pradesh. here will be free WiFi facility for all universities, he added further.

There will be the formation of 25 new medical colleges and this will help the people of the state, added BJP chief.

Other key features mentioned in the manifesto are:

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There will be provision of Zero percent loan to marginal farmers.

Benefit for the Cane farmers as they will get all their dues within 120 days.

There will be procedure to made sure that a FIR is lodged within 24 hours of a person filing a complaint.

There will be closure of illegal slaughter houses done.

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Manifesto has in it that 24-hour electric supply will be given to all villages in the state.