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2024 Lok Sabha Elections: Uniform Civil Code & One Nation One Election Among Promises In BJP’s Manifesto

Mumbai: Sankalp Patra, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s election manifesto for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, was released on Sunday. The manifesto prioritises the advancement of women, youth, and farmers. The party has declared its intention to put the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) into effect.

The event was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President of the Bharatiya Janata Party JP Nadda, and Union Ministers Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Nirmala Sitharaman, and S Jaishankar.

Thanking the election manifesto committee for their tremendous effort in preparing for this historic “Sankalp Patra,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his gratitude.

He claimed that because “in 10 years, BJP has implemented every point of its manifesto as a guarantee,” the country as a whole is “eagerly waiting” for the party’s manifesto.

“This resolution letter empowers the four strong pillars of developed India – youth power, women power, poor and farmers,” PM Modi said, adding that “our focus is on dignity of life, quality of lives and jobs through investment.

“Nivesh se Naukri” is our main focus, and the youth of India is reflected in our manifesto,” he declared. About 25 crore individuals in India have emerged from multidimensional poverty in the past ten years. This demonstrates the Bharatiya Janata Party’s unwavering dedication to a goal-oriented approach to work,” he continued.

Modi has promised that the free ration programme will stay in place for the ensuing five years. The PM declared, “We will make sure that the food plate for the impoverished person is affordable, satiating, and nutritious.”

The prime minister declared, “Every senior citizen over the age of 70 will be covered under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme,” adding that they might come from any socioeconomic background.

“We will move forward with the manifesto of building three crore more houses,” PM Modi declared in reference to his work for the impoverished.

The Prime Minister announced during the release of the BJP’s election manifesto that the Mudra Yojana Loan ceiling limit, which was previously set at Rs 10 lakh, will now be raised to Rs 20 lakh. He said that the PM Swanidhi Yojana will also have its cap raised to Rs 50,000 and that tier two and tier three cities would be covered by it.

He stated that while the previous ten years have been devoted to advancing women’s rights and opportunities, the next five years will see increased female engagement.

Approximately 10 crore women have volunteered for self-help organisations in the past ten years. The prime minister declared, “We have chosen to train the women involved in these SHGs in the fields of IT, education, health, retail, and tourism.” “Three crore women will become Lakhpati Didis, Modi promises!”

“In ten years, we have provided many facilities for the disabled,” declared the prime minister. “In the PM Housing Scheme, disabled individuals will now be given priority, and extra efforts will be made to ensure that they get housing in accordance with their unique needs,” he continued.

One of the major pledges of the BJP’s election campaign, the prime minister declared, “We promised and implemented the Citizenship Amendment Act, and now we will be implementing the Uniform Civil Code (UCC).”


  1. The saffron camp focuses on the bringing forward more Lakhpati Didis. It promises to make electricity bills zero with the PM Surya Ghar Yojana.
  2. PM Modi declared that the BJP’s Sankalp Patra will get underway as soon as the June 4 results are known. “The 100-day action plan is already under development by the government,” he declared.
  3. The party said that 2025 will be “Janjaatiya Year”. One of the major focuses in the BJP election manifesto is “One Nation, One Election” and “single electoral roll”.
  4. The party aims to make the nation the third largest economy in the world.
  5. The BJP manifesto set the goal of making India a “global manufacturing hub.
  6. The manifesto talks about ‘Virasat Se Vikas‘ and for the Ramayan Utsav to be celebrated across the world, promising more development in Ayodhya.
  7. The manifesto also talks about bringing laws against paper leak, education policy and hosting the Olympics in 2036.
  8. The manifesto guarantees to make three crore more Lakhpati Didis. It aims to bring more awareness on cervical cancer, increased number of washrooms for women and the implementation of the Mahila Shakti Vandan Act.
  9. The BJP, in its manifesto, has said that it will implement the Uniform Civil Code (UCC).
  10. Migrant labourers and people under similar category will be linked to the e-Shram portal and they will be able to validate facilities provided under it.
  11. The BJP has also noted its focus on achieving a permanent seat for India t the United Nations Security Council.
  12. The problem of waiting list will be dealt with, the manifesto says. It has said that Bullet train will be brought in the North East.
  13. The manifesto looks at the expansion of 5G and the development of 6G.
  14. Every citizen above the age of 70 years will be provided free health treatment under the Ayushman Bharat Yojana.
  15. Transgender community will be given recognition and will be included in the Ayushman Yojana.
  16. The loan ceiling under the Mudra Yojana will be increased from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh.
  17. Jan Jatiya Gaurav Diwas will be celebrated On Bhagwan Birsa Munda’s 105th birth anniversary.
  18. In the space world, the manifesto has said that India will send man on moon, make Bharatiya Antariksh Station.

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