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    Union Minister and Telangana State BJP chief G Kishan Reddy announced the BJP election manifesto for 2024, aiming to transform the country into Viksit Bharat by 2047. The manifesto was released by top party leaders like PM Narendra Modi, JP Nadda, Amit Shah, and Rajnath Singh.

    Since 1980, the BJP has been presenting Sankalpa Patra for the country’s progress. The party plans to focus on youth, women, poor, and farmers if it comes to power for the third time. Promises in the manifesto include free ration for the poor until 2029, piped LPG in every home, and extension of Ayushman Bharat health cover.

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    The manifesto also includes plans to build more houses for the poor, expand educational institutions, ensure 33% reservation for women in legislatures, and utilize post offices for social security purposes. The party aims to boost fisheries production and processing, launch schemes for gig workers, and allocate more funds for tribal welfare.

    Furthermore, the manifesto aims to make India the third largest economy globally, establish it as a manufacturing hub in various sectors, and prioritize national security by adopting a zero-tolerance policy towards terrorism. Reddy expressed readiness for a debate on development during the UPA regime compared to the ten years under Modi’s leadership.

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