Bharatiya Janata Party national president JP Nadda on Tuesday released the party’s manifesto for Assam assembly elections in Guwahati, saying that his party will bring a correct NRC in the state. But there is no specific mention of CAA in this manifesto of BJP.
On the CAA, JP Nadda merely said, “CAA has been passed by Parliament. It has to be implemented and it will be implemented with letter and spirit.”
BJP has also named its election manifesto ‘Sankalp Patra’ in Assam and has made 10 resolutions in it from the people of the state.
In this manifesto, the promise of civilization, security and development has been pledged along with the promise of making self-sufficient Assam.
It has been promised to create a ‘right NRC’ for the security of Assam. In its resolution letter, BJP has said to protect genuine Indian citizens and detect intruders so that ‘Ahom’ civilization is safe.
It has also promised to carry forward the delimitation process to protect Assam’s political rights. Along with this, JP Nadda while talking about jobs said that if BJP comes back in the state again, then 2 lakh jobs will be given in public sector, in which 1 lakh jobs will be given by 31 March 2022. Whereas in the private sector also, 8 lakh jobs have been given.
Like the party’s manifesto issued in West Bengal, Assam has also been promised to provide quality education to students and provide cycles to girls after class VIII.
It has been said that Assam should be promoted in fisheries, poultry and dairy industries.
Along with this, under Arunodaya Yojana, 30 lakh eligible families have been asked to pay financial assistance of Rs 3,000 per month. This manifesto also talks about developing entrepreneurial schools with the right financial support and environment.
The BJP has also promised to conserve additional water under the Brahmaputra vision by constructing large reservoirs around the Brahmaputra to save people from floods.
BJP has said to empower all the citizens with land rights, as well as to provide land rights to the landless Indian citizens.