BJP’s Sankalp Patra reflects vision of future: Dr Nirmal


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Outlines ambitious goals for Uniform Civil Code, One Nation One Election

KATHUA, Apr 15: Former Deputy Chief Minister and Cluster In-charge for Parliamentary Constituencies, Dr Nirmal Singh said that BJP’s Sankalp Patra reflects vision of the future, which is based on the legacy of the last 10 years and reflects the vision of the future 25 years.

Briefing about the manifesto, Dr Nirmal said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has unveiled the BJP’s Sankalp Patra for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, a manifesto that, unlike those of other parties, holds significant weight and is treated with sustained commitment beyond the electoral season. It not only outlines the party’s governance philosophy but also charts a strategic vision for the nation’s future.

These are not mere electoral promises but reflections of a profound commitment to national rejuvenation, ideological consistency and civilisational renaissance.

The manifesto has been a testament to BJP’s resolve even when it was a peripheral figure in Indian politics, having committed to transformative policies such as making India a nuclear power, abrogating Article 370, banning Triple Talaq, and the reconstruction of Ram Mandir, all of which it ultimately delivered.

Sankalp Patra- 2024 outlines short-term policy measures and schemes that the party aims to implement, seamlessly integrating these with their overarching objectives for the nation’s social, economic, and political development. It not only reflects the party’s commitment to transformative governance and enhanced welfare models but also illustrates the synergy between their immediate plans and long-term visions, presenting a coherent roadmap for India’s future.

It sharply contrasts with the welfare rhetoric of the opposition alliance and highlights the distinct perspectives the BJP holds regarding Indian polity and socio-economic challenges.

The opposition alliance is committed to reviving the outdated socialist welfare model, merely tweaking it slightly and further burdening it with financially unsustainable promises of direct income transfers.

Unlike the freebies model of the opposition, the BJP’s approach is to invest in human capital and expand the horizon of opportunities for the masses.

“Unlike the irresponsible promises with serious fiscal stability implications, the Modi government aims to empower the poor by aiding capacity building, ” he said, adding that its policies are based on objective criteria and are backed by adequate provisioning.

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana ensures affordable housing for the poor; Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana provides electricity to households; Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana provides LPG cylinders; Har Ghar Jal Yojna provides piped drinking water to households; Swachh Bharat Abhiyan provides sanitation. All these policies for public provision of private goods are aimed at ensuring basic necessities to the deprived sections to enable them to strive for a better future.

The provision of LPG cylinders, toilets, and safe tap water drastically reduces the disease burden and morbidity. Rather than succumbing to the allure of offering free electricity, the Sankalp Patra 2024 promises a transformative approach through the PM Surya Ghar Muft Bijli Yojana. This initiative not only promises to alleviate household electricity expenses but also opens avenues for income generation by allowing families to sell surplus power back to the grid.

These measures enhance the productivity of the populace, imbuing them with dignity and a secure future. BJP stands in sharp contrast to the culture of freebies promoted by the AAP and now zealously adopted by the Congress party, which prioritises short-term relief over long-term empowerment, Dr Nirmal asserted.

The Opposition’s manifesto aims to cement a perpetual dependency on the state and politicians, whereas Sankalp Patra 2024 champions self-reliance (Atamnirbharta) and prosperity. It outlines ambitious goals such as implementing the Uniform Civil Code and advocating for One Nation One Election.

He castigated PDP and National Conference for misleading people of J&K said that these were the people who used to say that with the abrogation of Article 370, you won’t find a single hand in J&K to raise the tricolor. Not only this, even after the verdict of the Supreme Court upholding the Union Government’s decision to abrogate Article 370 of the constitution, Mehbooba Mufti said the people of J&K are not going to lose hope or give up and our fight for honour and dignity will continue regardless.

“Despite this the people of Jammu & Kashmir, especially of the Kashmir region observed the transformation under the Modi government,” he added.

Dr Nirmal Singh, further said that in the 2024 elections BJP will write a new chapter of massive victory.

Later, during the party worker meeting, Dr Nirmal Singh took stock of the preparations for the Lok Sabha, in which he asked the party workers to leave no stone unturned to secure victory at every booth in the region.

 BJP District President Gopla Mahajan and Media Incharge Ravinder Slathia were also present during the press conference.


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