BJP vows to end policy paralysis, check prices

BJP vows to end policy paralysis, check prices

 Blending Hindutva with good governance and development, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday promised to “attend imminently” to check price rise, mindless corruption, end policy paralysis and jobless growth, construct a Ram temple and bring in a uniform civil code.

Besides, the poll manifesto also vouched to review the nuclear policy, scrap FDI in multi-brand retail, decentralise power structure to make Delhi only a facilitator to the states’ demands, make healthcare cheaper, create 100 new cities and identify equal number of backward districts.

 The party’s policy document, which president Rajnath Singh assured will be delivered by the National Democratic Alliance government if it comes to power, carries a strong imprint of its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s vision for the  country’s economic prosperity. The cover page, too, says, “Time for Change, Time for Modi”.

The manifesto, released on the first phase of polling, sarcastically describes the back-to-back United Progressive Alliance (UPA) regimes as “Decade of Decay” in which it claims “India had a free fall on all fronts–be it governance, economy, diplomacy, foreign policy and border safety”.

The delayed release, which the Congress believes violates the model code of conduct, was attended by the party top brass, including L K Advani, Singh, Modi, Sushma Swaraj and Murli Manohar Joshi, who chaired a sub-committee that prepared the document.

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