Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019: BJP likely to release its manifesto on October 15

In its manifesto, BJP is likely to make promises related to economics and development and will cater to the farmer's issue in Maharashtra

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to announce its manifesto on October 15 for the assembly elections in Maharashtra which are scheduled on October 21. 

On this occasion, along with BJP Working President JP Nadda, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, party’s state unit President Chandrakant Patil and other top leaders will be present. 

The saffron party will release its manifesto in Mumbai on October 15 around 11:00 in the morning. In its manifesto, BJP is likely to make promises related to economics and development and will cater to the farmer's issue in Maharashtra. 

Meanwhile, Shiv Sena will also release its manifesto on October 12. Shiv Sena may focus on loan waiver and insurance scheme for farmers in its manifesto. Along with this, Shiv Sena can also cater to unemployment and the environment. 

Shiv Sena and BJP are contesting the assembly elections in Maharashtra together. Earlier, in a rally, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray announced that with his party coming to power, the poor and needy will be provided with the service to eat for just ₹10.

Also Read - Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi To Visit Mumbai On October 13

Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) alliance have already released their manifesto while focusing on the problems faced by youth in the country. Along with this, the opposition parties have promised health insurance for all and ₹5,000 allowances for the unemployment among others. 



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