BJP released manifesto for Kerala Election

Kerala, 24/3 (AO Bureau)The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday released its manifesto for the Kerala Assembly Elections 2021 (Kerala Assembly Elections 2021). The party launched the election manifesto in Thiruvananthapuram in the presence of Union Minister Prakash Javadekar. In the manifesto, it has been said to make laws on Sabarimala temple and Love Jihad.

Javadekar said, “Along with the provision for jobs, a state free from terrorism and hunger, the main thrust of our manifesto is on the development of Kerala. The manifesto also has a provision to enact laws on ‘Sabarimala’ and ‘Love Jihad’.” Along with this, he described the ongoing tussle between the Congress (Congress) and the Marxist Communist Party (CPM) in the state as a drama. Javadekar said “friendship in Bengal and wrestling in Kerala” is really deceit with the public.

BJP targeted Kerala’s LDF government
On the other hand, the BJP on Wednesday accused the ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF) government of Kerala for not fulfilling the promises made in the last assembly elections and said that the unemployment rate in the state is more than the national average. BJP spokesperson Gopal Krishna Aggarwal said that the people of Kerala have come alive from the LDF and Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) and want change this time. He said that the BJP has prepared a complete blueprint for the all-round development of Kerala.

Kerala government accused of not fulfilling promises made to the public
Addressing a press conference in New Delhi, Agarwal counted the list of promises made by the LDF in the last election, saying that most of them were not fulfilled. He said, “The state lacks infrastructure. In the last assembly election, the LDF promised to expand the IT Park, but nothing has happened so far. The same situation is there for the Kochi Metro. The Center did not get its approval for three years. “

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