BJP's manifesto for Bengal polls emphasises on women's safety, tourism, infra development, health, industry

Rahul M
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Union Home Minister and veteran BJP leader Amit Shah released the party’s manifesto with a vision to create a ‘Sonar Bangla’.

The saffron party’s ‘sankalp patra’ (resolution letter) promises 33 per cent reservation to women in jobs, Rs 6,000 to fisherfolk every year, aid to farmers, setting up of 3 new AIMMs, free pre-primary education to girls, Rs 10,000 to migrant families, among other things.

“CAA will be implemented,” the manifesto reads.

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This region is full of fishermen. We will provide every fisherman Rs 6,000 annually, just like our farmers. We will also work on skill development of gold craftsmen. We will also implement the Ayushman Bharat: Home Minister Amit Shah

SC/ST certificates to be given through electronic process, no room for corruption: Amit Shah

Three meals a day at Rs 5 at govt canteens: Amit Shah

Kolkata's Durga Puja celebration to be made an international event: Amit Shah

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Meanwhile, TMC leader Derek O'Brien took a jibe at Amit Shah, calls him a resident of Gujarat striving to create a Sonar Bangla.