BJP today released its manifesto (Sankalp Patra) for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019. BJP has promised to the people that once again their government will come to the benefit of all the farmers of the country in the year 2019, the Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi. Issuing the resolution letter, BJP leader and Union minister Rajnath Singh said that in the resolution letter, pension scheme has been mentioned after the age of 60 years for the social security of small and farmer farmers. Rajnath Singh said that Rs 25 lakh crore will be invested to increase productivity in the agriculture sector.
In the interim Budget presented just before the general elections, the Modi government had made public-lucrative announcements for middle class, farmers and laborers. During this, the government had given a cash subsidy of Rs 6,000 in a year to farmers having a holding of 2 hectares. Under this scheme the farmers have already gone to the first installment.
Before going to the elections this time Modi Government has said that in its resolution letter all farmers should be brought in this scheme. BJP claims that if their government is back in 2019, then all farmers will get Rs 6 thousand in a year, 3 installments of 2 to 2 thousand rupees.
Apart from this, Rajnath Singh said, “In the resolution letter, the scheme of pension has been mentioned after the age of 60 years for social security of small and farmer farmers.” He said that in this, small shopkeepers should also be of the age of 60 years. After the pension scheme has been mentioned. He said that India will become an economy of $ 5 trillion by 2025 and up to $ 10 trillion by the year 2032.
Singh said that in the resolution letter, a credit guarantee scheme worth Rs. 100 lakh crores has been mentioned in the sector and Rs. 1 lakh crores for micro, small and medium industries. Singh said that the government will go ahead with full commitment to nationalism. We were, and will remain, in favor of the same Civil Code.
It is noteworthy that Finance Minister Piyush Goyal while presenting the interim budget of 2019-20 in Parliament had said that the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme was effective from December 1, 2018. Under the scheme, the first amount is provided to the farmers for up to Rs 2,000 per month. In the earlier scheme landless farmers were not included.