LAST UPDATED: March 23, 2021, 2:48 p.m.
Amit Kumar, Guwahati: Political heat over the Assam Election 2021 is in full swing. Top leaders of all parties are campaigning continuously to woo the voters and are making various promises to the voters of Assam.
BJP today released its manifesto for Assam Election 2021. The BJP has called this manifesto a pledge for Assam. Party president JP Nadda released the BJP’s manifesto in Guwahati today.
BJP President JP Nadda released the manifesto, saying that the BJP government is fully committed to the development of Assam. He said that according to the decision of the Supreme Court, the BJP government will implement the NRC in Assam.
In its manifesto, the BJP has promised 8 lakh jobs in the private sector. JP Nadda said that Assam will become the fastest-growing state in the country. In the government sector, we will give jobs to two lakh people, out of which we will give jobs to one lakh people by 31 March 2022. 8 lakh jobs will be arranged in the private sector. Apart from this, a pledge has also been expressed to make 10 lakh people entrepreneurs.
10 major BJP resolutions for Assam
1- To implement the NRC, the instructions of the Supreme Court will have to be followed.
2- The process of delimitation will be carried forward.
3- The matter of giving the right to ownership of land with the intention of strengthening the people.
4- Declaration of ‘Mission Brahmaputra’ to deal with the problem of floods.
5- Financial assistance of 3 thousand rupees every month to 30 lakh families under Arunodaya Yojana.
6- Financial assistance of 2.5 lakh rupees to the Namghras, encroachment and illegal construction will be removed.
7- Free education in government schools, girl students will be given bicycles after eighth class.
8- Promise of government jobs to two lakh people, talk of giving 8 lakh new jobs in the private sector.
9- Scheme named after Swami Vivekananda- The youth will get a boost for startups. Under this, there is a target of employing more than 10 lakh youth.
10- Help will be extended to different regions in the state and they will be developed.
Voting for the 126-member assembly in Assam will be held in three phases on March 27, April 1 and April 6. The votes will be counted on May 2.
There is a BJP government led by CM Sarbananda Sonowal in Assam. No party had a clear majority in Assam in the 2016 elections. The state has BJP- 61 Congress- 25, Assam Gana Parishad- 14, AIUDF- 13 Bodoland People’s Front- 12 and one independent member. The BJP formed the government with the support of the Assam Gana Parishad, Bodoland People’s Front and Independent MLAs.