These 5 Main Differences In the Manifesto of BJP and Congress

These 5 Main Differences In the Manifesto of BJP and Congress

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The two major parties, Congress and BJP have kept their manifesto in front of the public for the Lok Sabha election 2019. The parties have presented a written letter to the parties. Through the promises, efforts have been made to woo the public on their own. In this way, the public is looking for comparative differences in BJP and Congress manifesto. Keeping in mind the convenience of the readers, we are comparing the manifesto of the two parties at 5 points. At the same time, you can read the full declaration of both of your parties at a glance.

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BJP Election 2019 Hindi (1) by on Scribd

Presenting BJP’s resolution letter (Prime Minister), Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that ‘nationalism is like our inspiration, Anantoya Darshan and good governance mantra’ in strengthening the country in all spheres. Modi emphasized that after the completion of 100 years of independence in 2047, the youth power of the country will form the basis of new India. He said that the village, the poor and the farmers are at the center of their government’s work.

After releasing the BJP’s resolution letter for the Lok Sabha election 2019, the Prime Minister said, “Our resolution letter, good governance papers are also. There is also a letter of protection for the nation. There is a letter of prosperity to the nation. ‘

He emphasized that in 2022, when 75 years of independence will be, we have set 75 targets for making India the dream of the great men fighting the war of independence.

Congress Declares 22 Lakh Government Jobs and Rs. 72 Thousand Promise

Congress Manifesto by on Scribd

For the Lok Sabha elections 2019, Congress has stated in its manifesto that with the promise of ‘we will play’, Congress has announced minimum income scheme, separate budget for farmers, 22 thousand jobs, health etc. 52 announcements have been made. Congress President Rahul Gandhi released his party in the presence of many senior leaders. Congress manifesto committee members P Chidambaram, AK Antony, Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi are also involved. The name of the Congress manifesto has been named ‘We will play’.

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This is what the two parties talk about 5 key issues related to the country:

BJP on the Empowerment of Women:

The BJP aims to work to increase the participation rate of the female workforce and ensure justice for Muslim women through the enactment of the law against triple talaq. He said he is committed to “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” and that it offers accessible and affordable quality education for all women. It promises to ensure broad financial support for girls through their education and subsidized loans for higher education. To ensure safe motherhood, she will work on plans such as Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Matritva Suraksha Abhiyaan and Ayushman Bharat, we will focus on ensuring good quality maternal health services, easily accessible and affordable for all women. Giving priority to women’s safety, it promises to provide forensic facilities and fast-track courts to bring the convicts to justice.

Congress on the Empowerment of Women:

The Congress promises to approve the Bill of Constitution (Amendment) that contemplates the reservation of 33% of the seats in the Legislative Assemblies of Lok Sabha and the State in the first session of the 17th Lok Sabha and in the Rajya Sabha. She agrees to amend the Rules of Service to reserve for women 33 percent of appointments for positions in the Central Government and promises a comprehensive review of the Law on Sexual Harassment of Women in Workplaces, 2013. She also says that will secure an independent investigation agency Investigate atrocious crimes against women and children. Priority will be given to women’s safety.

BJP on Healthcare

Its goal is to establish 1.5 lakh health and wellness centers under Ayushman Bharat. It undertakes to establish 75 new medical colleges / graduate medical colleges and work on the objective provisioning of diagnostic and telemedicine laboratory facilities in all health and welfare centers to guarantee quality primary medical care for the poor at their doorsteps. Its goal is to work to increase the number of child care facilities and ensure a drastic reduction in tuberculosis cases while increasing the ratio of physicians per population to 1: 1400. Under the POSHAN Abhiyaan, the BJP aims to reduce the level of malnutrition and accelerating the rate of reduction of malnutrition.

Congress on Healthcare

Congress has promised to double the government’s total spending on health to 3 percent of GDP by 2023-24. Its objective is to vigorously promote and implement the model of free public hospitals to provide universal health care, expand the free Dial-an-Ambulance service, establish Emergency and Trauma Centers and expand child health care services. Its objective is to formulate a National Telemedicine Policy and implement the National Mental Health Policy. It has also committed to improve the proportion of physicians per population, promote AYUSH, equip the network of primary health care centers.

BJP on Agriculture:

The BJP in its vision document promises to double farmers’ income by 2022 and the creation of 10,000 new Farmer Producer Organizations. He also said that it aims to ensure that maximum farmers obtain income support under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. It has proposed a pension scheme for small and marginal farmers to guarantee social security after 60 years of age, as well as to grant new short-term loans for agriculture up to Rs 1 lakh at an interest rate of 0% during 1 to 5 years, under the condition of reimbursement of the principal amount.

Congress on Agriculture :

By stating that the agricultural sector has been driven into a deep crisis in the last five years, Congress has promised to give up outstanding agricultural loans. Congress has also promised to present a separate “Kisan Budget” to guarantee the priority of the problems affecting the agricultural sector. The party also promises a permanent National Commission of Development and Agricultural Planning and a Commission of Marginal Farmers and Agricultural Work. Congress has promised that, if it comes to power, it will repeal the Agricultural Products Market Committees Act and conduct trade in agricultural products, including exports and interstate commerce, free of all restrictions and establish farmers’ markets with adequate infrastructure. . It has also committed to carry MGNREGA 3.0 ensuring an increase in guaranteed days of employment up to 150 days in cases where 100 days have been reached in a block / district; Use of labor in the restoration of bodies of water and in the reclamation missions of vacant lots; Creation of assets at the village level, such as primary health care centers, classrooms, libraries, etc.

BJP on Youth and Education:

The BJP aims to cover all secondary schools under the Digital Operating Board and allow investment of Rs 1 lakh crore in higher education through the revitalization of infrastructure and systems in education (RISE). He has also promised to work to increase the number of seats in the main administration, engineering and law institutes, and establish at least one Atal Tinkering Lab in each block. Under a new ‘Entrepreneur of the Northeast’ scheme, the BJP aims to provide financial support to MSMEs and to generate employment in the northeastern states.

Congress on Youth and Education:

Congress promises that school education from Class I to Class XII in public schools will be mandatory and free. Congress promises to double the allocation for education to 6 percent of GDP in the 5 years ending in 2023-24 and the Right to Education Act will be highlighted in the critical deficiencies of school systems across the country. He has also promised to introduce vocational training as a mandatory component of school education in Classes IX to XII. By focusing on higher education, the party has promised to establish more public universities in the country, especially in areas with fewer services. He said he will entrust the Regulation, qualification and financing of colleges and universities to separate organizations and will provide the University Grants Commission or its successor with sufficient funds to grant liberal subsidies to colleges and universities, according to need and merit. It promises to establish more Institutes of Higher Education in subjects such as medicine, engineering, commerce, administration and pure sciences.

BJP on Infrastructure and Railways:

BJP is committed to guarantee a pucca house for each family, a LPG gas cylinder connection to all poor rural households, 100% electrification of all homes, cooking gas in the main cities of Level 1 and 2, bathrooms and Safe drinking water for all. It also aims to double the length of national roads. BJP has said it will guarantee the 100% collection of waste in the Swachh Bharat Mission to achieve ODF + and ODF ++ in cities and towns; ensure the ODF status for all towns and cities; achieve 175 GW of renewable energy capacity; Connect all Gram Panchayat with the high-speed fiber optic network. Its goal is to increase the number of operational airports to 150 for better air connectivity, increase the port’s capacity to 2,500 MTPA. For the railways, it has promised the conversion of all viable wide-gauge railway tracks by 2022, the electrification of all roads by 2022, the construction of intelligent railway stations throughout India and the installation of Wi-Fi at the main stations. , while building a dedicated cargo corridor project for 2022.

Congress on Infrastructure and Railways

Congress has promised to increase the total length of national roads and increase the pace of construction and focus on improving design and quality, maintenance and responsibility. It promises to modernize all the obsolete railway infrastructure and implement the new plan that meets international standards. It has promised to use sector-specific PPP models, tested and proven to increase the supply of these vital public goods. Congress has also proposed to formulate a Clean Energy policy in existing power plants that use fossil fuels and promote Green Energy to increase the proportion of solar and wind energy in the total energy supply. Its objective is to improve the availability and access to electricity in rural areas by encouraging investment in the generation of off-grid renewable energy with the property and income of local agencies.

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