BJPVachana4Karnataka: Team Modi Manifesto for 2018 Elections
Today, BJP Karnataka Chief Ministerial candidate BS Yeddyurappa has launched their party’s manifesto for 2018 elections in the Karnataka. The BJP has made the manifesto by keeping farmers, agriculture laborers, women, and students in mind. Through the manifesto, BJP targeted the major classes who will play the key role in the formation of any government.
In the manifesto, they promised to give smartphones to the women below the poverty line, laptops students, the industrial corridor between Hyderabad and Bangalore, Five K-Hubs, Loan Waiver scheme for the farmers up to 1 lakh from all the nationalized and co-operative banks, accidental insurance to agriculture laborers etc.,
The manifesto seems that they’ve copied from another state manifesto’ in the last elections. As per some political analysts, the manifesto of Karnataka BJP resembles both Telangana and Late Former TN CM, Jayalalithaa’. Especially, Laptop and Smartphone scheme seems from Tamil Nadu and K-hub, Bhagyalakshmi scheme from Telangana and Loan Waiver scheme from AP.
Here is the full Karnataka BJP Manifesto, ‘BJP Vachana 4 Karnataka:
- “Mukhya Mantri Raita Suraksha Vime Yojane” to provide an accidental insurance cover of up to ` 2 lakh, free of cost, for landless agricultural laborers.
- A crop loan waiver up to 1 Lakh, including all loans from Nationalised Banks and Co-operatives, in first cabinet meeting for the benefit of our Annadaatas.
- Farmers receive 1.5 times the cost of production as Minimum Support Price (MSP) to fulfill PM Narendra Modi’s vision of doubling farmers’ incomes.
- “Raitha Bandhu Market Intervention Fund” will be set up with a budget of Rs 5,000cr safety net for farmers during price fluctuations.
- “Raitha Bandhu Department” will set up directly under CMO, to monitor the implementation of all farmer friendly schemes executed by the Agriculture, Minor Irrigation and Water Resources ministries.
- A separate agricultural budget to place focuses on the needs of our farmers.
- 6 “K-Hubs” as the biggest incubators and co-working spaces for startups in India at Hubballi, Bengaluru, Raichur, Mysuru, Mangaluru, and Kalaburgi.
- “Stree Unnati Fund” with 10,000 Crore to set up for one of the largest women run co-operatives and establish “Stree Unnati Stores” to market its products at district and taluk headquarters.
- Under “MukhyaMantri Smartphone Yojane” to provide smartphones for women from Below Poverty Line (BPL) families.
- “Negilayogi Yojane” to provide direct income support of 10,000 each to 20 Lakh small and marginal dry land farmers.
- “MukhyaMantri Laptop Yojane” to provide every student enrolling in a college with a free laptop.
- Under the new “StreeSuvidha Scheme”, to provide free sanitary napkins to BPL women and girl students and at Rs. 1 for other women
- Hyderabad K'taka Industrial Mega Corridor will be built from Hospet to Hyderabad passing through Koppal, Raichur, Yadgir, Kalaburagi and Bidar Commit to “Inclusive Long-Term Vision of Development” in carrying out a “30 District - 30 Hub” mega-development plan.
- Rs 2,500 Cr “Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Fund” to clean and revive the lakes and rivers of Bengaluru and free Bengalureans from the water tanker mafia.
- “Kittur Rani Chennamma Flying Squads” to attend to distress calls of women in Bengaluru quickly.
- Organise a Special Industrial Investment Summit for Hyderabad Karnataka region in one of the District Headquarters in the Article 371-J region every 2 years to attract investment into the area.
- Form a Special Investigation Cell, under a woman Police Officer and employing 1,000 policewomen to investigate all pending crimes against women.
- Increase the amount payable at maturity under the Bhagyalakshmi scheme to Rs 2 Lakh.
- Rs 1.5 Lakh Crore “Sujalam Suphalam Karnataka Yojane” to complete all irrigation projects by 2023.
- Launch “Mission Kalyani” to rejuvenate all tanks and lakes in the state. 3 phase power supply for 10 hours for farmers to operate their pump sets.
- Rs 3,000 Crore Kamadhenu Fund for development of animal husbandry and dairy farming infrastructure and Rs 1,000 Crore fund for expanding veterinary services. The “Karnataka Prevention of Cow Slaughter and Preservation Bill 2012” will be reintroduced.