From caste census to subsidy on gas cylinders, know the difference between the manifestos of BJP and Congress.

Rajasthan Election 2023 News: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress have released their manifestos for Rajasthan elections. Releasing the party’s manifesto, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said, “The party makes only those promises which it can fulfill, be it at the Center or in the state. The Congress government has fulfilled 95 percent of its previous promises. “

On the other hand, BJP has also made many promises in its manifesto. This time he has also focused a lot on women and youth. There was a difference of only one day in the release of manifestos of both the parties. Here we will look at the manifestos of Congress and BJP and tell you the difference between the promises of both.

Difference between manifesto of Congress and BJP

We will tell you the main points of the manifestos of both the parties and the differences present in them.

1. In case of youth

In the manifesto, Congress has promised to provide 10 lakh employment opportunities in five years, out of which four lakh jobs will be in the government sector. The BJP has promised to create 2.5 lakh jobs in the next five years as well as the establishment of Rajasthan Institute of Medical Sciences and Rajasthan Institute of Technology on the lines of AIIMS and IITs in each division.

2. For farmers

While releasing the manifesto, BJP had said that the land of 19,400 farmers has been confiscated by the government. The party will make a policy to ensure compensation to such farmers. It also said that a notification will be issued to ensure that no agricultural land will be confiscated. At the same time, Congress has said that the government will form a commission under the chairmanship of a High Court judge, which will hold hearings before taking a decision on confiscation of agricultural land. Congress has also promised to enact a law to implement MSP, to be called the Minimum Support Price Guarantee Act, which will implement the recommendations of the Swaminathan Committee.

3. On women safety

For women’s safety, Congress has promised to deploy CCTV cameras in public places and guards in every village and urban ward. It also promises to ensure 33 percent reservation for women in cooperative institutions as well as in the police force. At the same time, BJP has also promised to form an anti-Romeo along with a women police station in every district. Apart from this, Congress has announced Rs 10,000 per year for female heads of the family, while BJP has announced Lado Incentive Scheme, under this, if the BJP government comes to power, it will give a savings bond of Rs 2 lakh for a girl child.

4. For students

The Congress has also promised free laptops or tablets and free English-medium school education for first-year students of government colleges, while the BJP has promised Rs 1,200 to school children from economically weaker sections for their school bags, books and uniforms. Has promised to give Rs.

5. Promise in health sector

In the health sector, Congress has promised to increase the amount of Chief Minister Free Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme from the current Rs 25 lakh to Rs 50 lakh annually. The party has also promised to increase facilities under free OPD/IPD in government medical institutions at the district and block level.

On the other hand, BJP has promised to launch Rs 40,000 crore Bhamashah Health Infrastructure Mission to expand health infrastructure in the state. It has also been promised to establish 350 Jan Aushadhi Centers and at least one medical college in every district. BJP has also promised to add 6,000 medical seats as well as recruit 15,000 doctors and 20,000 paramedical staff.

6. On cheap gas cylinder

Talking about LPG cylinder, BJP has promised to make it available for Rs 450, while Congress has announced that the subsidized cylinder will also be available to families under NFSA (National Food Security Act) and BPL (Below Poverty Line) categories. will be given. Its price has been reduced from Rs 500 to Rs 400.

7. Regarding caste census

This time, a major election issue of the Congress Party in the assembly elections is “Caste Census”. The party has promised to get this done in its manifesto. BJP has not made any mention of caste census in its manifesto.

8. On paper leak case

The Congress has also announced that strict steps will be taken to stop incidents of paper leaks, while the BJP has announced that it will form a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the paper leaks during the Congress rule.

9. On hate speech

Congress has promised strict legal measures against hate speech. At the same time, BJP in its manifesto has promised to set up a special cell to investigate anti-India sleeper cells in the state.

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