BJP releases its manifesto ahead of Maharashtra assembly elections

In its manifesto, the ruling party has promised to create jobs and to make Maharashtra a trillion-dollar economy. This comes amid the economic slowdown that the country is witnessing

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday released its manifesto for the assembly elections in Maharashtra which are scheduled on October 21. The BJP has given priority to make Maharashtra drought-free. 

In its manifesto, the ruling party has promised to create jobs and to make Maharashtra a trillion-dollar economy. This comes amid the economic slowdown that the country is witnessing. 

The manifesto was released in the presence of BJP Working President JP Nadda, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, party’s state unit President Chandrakant Patil and others. 

While addressing the gathering at Rangsharda Hall in Mumbai, Nadda said that in the past five years, Devendra Fadnaivs has made Maharashtra corruption-free. 

Five years ago, Maharashtra was full of corruption but is now corruption-free. After a long time, a Chief Minister has completed his five-year term. The party manifesto talks about developing everyone inclusive of all faiths,” said JP Nadda.

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The manifesto also focuses on providing education and medical facilities for the marginalised. Moreover, the BJP has promised to provide water in northern parts of Maharashtra along with other basic amenities to the people. 

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