Bhopal, Nov 17 (UNI)
Ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday released it’s manifesto titled ‘Drishti Patra’ for the November 28 Assembly elections.
The manifesto committee chairman, Vikram Verma released the party’s vision document in the presence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Union Minister Arun Jaitley, State BJP President Rakesh Singh and other senior party leaders.
While giving details about the manifesto, Chief Minister said, “ farmers who have agricultural land with less than 1 hectare in their possession will be given a grant.”
The manifesto promises to enhance 50 reservation for women candidates in government departments and 33 per cent for them in the Police Department.
The election document was released at the state BJP office in Bhopal.
Notably, the Congress has already presented its manifesto titled ‘Vachan Patra’, for the Assembly elections. Waive off farmers loans at nationalised as well as state government cooperative banks and reduce electricity bills of farmers by 50 per cent within ten-day if coming to power are the major promises of Congress in it’s Manifesto. (See also: Poverty)