After the conclusion of election campaigning in Madhya Pradesh, all political parties have shifted their focus to Rajasthan, deploying their full strength.
Today, prominent leaders from both the BJP and the Congress are actively engaged in election campaigning across the state. In the midst of this, the BJP has issued its manifesto for Rajasthan.
The BJP refers to its manifesto as a 'Sankalp Patra,' and for Rajasthan, it has been named 'Aapano Agrani Rajasthan Sankalp Patra.'
Party President JP Nadda, while releasing the manifesto, criticized the Congress party's performance over the past five years.
He highlighted the BJP's efforts to uplift farmers through central schemes and mentioned the party's commitment to advancing the agricultural sector.
Nadda discussed the appointment letters provided by the central government and stated that six lakh government jobs have been given to youth in the last seven months.
A compensation policy will be implemented for farmers whose lands were auctioned off in Congress-ruled states.
Over six lakh rural women will receive skill training under the 'Lakhpati Didi Yojana.'
Women from economically weak backgrounds in all poor families, covered under the PM Ujjwala Yojana, will be provided cylinders at a cost of INR 450.
Financial aid of INR 1,200 annually will be extended to students from economically weaker sections for uniforms and related expenses.
The central government will initiate work in 23 medical colleges across Rajasthan, with operations already underway in 11 colleges.
The 'Lado Protsahan Yojana' will be introduced, offering a bond of INR 2 lakhs for every girl child born.
Each district will establish a women's police station with a dedicated women's desk, and anti-Romeo squads will be formed in all major cities.
Brilliant students post-12th grade will receive scooties under the Chief Minister's Free Scooty Scheme.
If the BJP comes to power, a Special Investigation Team (SIT) will be formed to probe scams in areas such as paper leaks, fertilizer distribution, mid-day meals, mining, PM housing, and water projects.
To boost tourism, the BJP plans to train five lakh youth in tourism skills and provide opportunities for employment and self-employment.