UP election Manifesto out, Amit Shah promises free Wifi, women safety... but doesn't forget Ram Mandir

He also asserted that this polls will bring huge victory for BJP and they will be the upcoming rulers of the state.

Ahead of the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah announced the manifesto for the polls. He termed it as ‘Sankalp Patra’ which consist of nine pages. BJPs manifesto included a massive amount of promises ranging from free WiFi in colleges to taking steps to improve the law and order of the state,

While announcing the party manifesto for the upcoming polls, Shah aimed at state Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and condemned the law and order situation in the state. He also asserted that this polls will bring huge victory for BJP and they will be the upcoming rulers of the state.

Shah further brought in light the amount of money allocated to the state and stated that the BJP led government has been sending Rs 1 lakh crore more to UP every year but the money was spent for the development of the state. He asked,”Where did the money go?”

Shah also raised the age-old Ram mandir issue and said that a temple will be made at the contentious Ayodhya site while staying within the constitutional framework.

Following are the issues enlisted in the manifesto:

– Zero percent loan to marginal farmers

– 24-hour electric supply to all villages in the state.

– Garib Kalyan Card for poor with free health care facilities.

– All illegal slaughter houses will be shut down.

– Free WiFI in colleges and universities

– Free laptops along with 1GB of free data for youth.

– Cane farmers to get all their dues within 120 days.

– Bhama Shah Vyapar Kalyan Board to be set up for businessmen

– Female police stations to be set up in every UP district.

– Launching of 108 ambulances, establish 25 new medical colleges and a super-speciality hospital and set up 6 AIIMS.

– Task forces to target land grabbing and the mining mafia to be set up

– Steps to ensure that a FIR is lodged within 24 hours of a person filing a complaint

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