BJP today released its manifesto for the Delhi Assembly elections promising corruption-free Governance and clean air and water in the national capital. The manifesto promises to make Delhi tanker free and provide tapped drinking water to every household by 2024 and provide employment to 10 lakh people in the next five years.
It also talked about establishing a new Skill Development University in the city to ensure 100 percent employment to students. The manifesto also promises 10 thousand crore rupees infrastructure scheme for the National Capital.
Releasing the manifesto namely Sankalp Patra, Senior Party leader and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said, BJP is intended to make Delhi a world-class city by providing holistic development. He said the Centre has completed 16 thousand crore rupees worth Eastern and Western Peripheral expressway to de-congest the capital city and reduce air pollution.
Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari accused the Delhi Government of not fulfilling the promises. On the occasion, party election in-charge and Union Minister Prakash Javadekar and Dr Harsh Vardhan were present among others.