BJP Manifesto 2024: BJP releases much-awaited manifesto for 2024, ‘Sankalp Patr’ includes 600 promises

BJP Manifesto 2024 Highlights Update: BJP releases its much-awaited manifesto for 2024 on 14th April, which includes approx 600 promises. BJP election manifesto – “‘Sankalp Patra’: One country, one election and a standard electoral roll framework will be presented.” BJP also guaranteed that a law will be introduced against exam paper leaks.

The manifesto committee, led by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, has assembled twice which amassed over 1.5 million requests for its manifesto, with 400,000 originating from the NaMo app and 1.1 million submitted via videos.

Know more about BJP Manifesto for Election 2024

“Modi’s Guarantee: Developed India 2047,” the manifesto circles around the main theme which is cultural nationalism. BJP is committed to show its passion for the development of nation, its welfare and its prosperity across various sections like women sector, underpriviledged, youth and farmers. The main motto for this manifesto is ‘GYAN’ which is Gareeb, Yuva, Annadata and Naari Shakti. The manifesto is the result of 1.5 million people’s suggestions on different platforms such as Namo App, BJP Website and across different social media platforms.

BJP Manifesto 2024 Highlights

Here are the highlights of BJP’s General Election Manifesto

  • All those who are 70-plus senior citizens, they will be covered under Ayushman scheme
  • The free ration scheme will be continued for the next five years
  • Mudra loan limit will be raised from current Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh
  • Har Ghar Nal se Jal will ensure clean drinking water for all the households in villages, towns and cities.
  • Poor households will receive free electricity under PM Surya Ghar Muft Bijli Yojana.
  • More IITs, IIMs, AIIMS and other such institutes will be introduced with more seats
  • Olympic Games in 2036 will be bidded
  • Bullet Train Corridors in North, South and East India’ to be established
  • Three modes of Vande Bharat trains will be run — Vande Bharat Sleeper, Vande Bharat Chaircar, and Vande Bharat Metro.
  • ‘Super App’ will be launched to provide all trains related services to users in a single app.
  • New age stains to be launched and world-class stations, to expand the metro network.
  • New Law will be implemented to prevent paper leaks and conduct transparent public exams
  • Implementation of ‘One Nation, One Student ID’ through the Automated Permanent Academic Account Registry (APAAR) will be applied to store academic qualifications, credit scores and certificates, among others for students from pre-primary to higher education.
  • Make One Nation, One Election a reality
  • To expand PM Awas Yojana and PM Ujjwala Yojana
  • The party will be building 3 crore more houses for the poor
  • Three crore women self help groups.
  • Hostels for working women.
  • Tirth Yatra scheme will be launched in collaboration with various state governments.
  • Setting up incubation centres is compulsory in higher education institutes with the help of private investment.
  • New clusters for vegetable production and storage.
  • To make India the High-Value Services Centre’s hub, a new global capital centre, global tech centre, and global engineering centre should be set up.
  • Periodic review of National floor wages.
  • The party will launch an Emergency And Trauma Care Mission to provide immediate and effective care to trauma patients.
  • To expand the Jan Aushadhi Kendra network
  • Amrit Kaal Civil Aviation Master Plan soon to be executed will transform airports into regional international hubs
  • To launch Gaganyaan, Bharat’s first human spaceflight mission, and land an astronaut on the Moon.
  • To launch a global outreach programme for promoting the legacy of Lord Ram
  • Make Bharat the third-largest economy


  1. What is in the BJP manifesto?

BJP manifesto released on 14th April focuses on Sankalp Bharat a theme that circles around cultural nationalism. BJP promised more than 500 promises for this year Lok Sabha Elections.

  1. What is the ideology of the BJP?

The BJP’s formal ideology includes integral humanism, first cultivated by Deendayal Upadhyaya in 1965. The party endorses social conservatism and a foreign policy centred on nationalist principles.

  1. Who is the owner of BJP?

BJP was founded by Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Lal Krishna Advani in 1965. It was one of the leading party at the time along with Indian National Congress.


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