The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, while speaking on the occasion of ‘Janajatiya Gaurav Diwas’ in Jharkhand, paid glowing tributes to the memory of tribal warriors who offered their supreme sacrifices on the altar of the nation’s freedom struggle. The heroic struggles for freedom from the alien rule waged by tribal heroes continue to inspire the entire nation, and their rich legacy is motivating the younger generation. In almost every part of the nation, tribal heroes have written their saga of fighting against foreign rule with their sweat and blood. They remain inscribed in the pages of India’s freedom struggle in golden letters. It was to pay respect and gratitude to these tribal national heroes that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi gave a call to celebrate November 15, the birth anniversary of Bhagwan Birsa Munda, as ‘Janajatiya Gaurav Diwas’ every year.
While Madhya Pradesh recorded more than 77% of polling, in the second phase in Chhattisgarh, more than 75% of votes were polled. In the last twenty years, the BJP government has transformed Madhya Pradesh by bringing it out of the category of BIMARU state to one of the fastest-developing ones in the country. As it has a growth rate of around 24% today, no one forgets how it trailed behind 20 years ago with a meagre 0.61% growth. Today, it is one of the leading states in the country with record food production as a result of the increasing area of irrigated land in the state.
The BJP has become a political movement across the state that is not only committed to ‘Antyodaya’ but also marching towards ‘Viksti Bharat’ on the call of the Prime Minister by serving the poorest of the poor, the last man in society. The people are showering their blessings on the BJP to realise their dream for the nation
The BJP Vision Document released by BJP National President Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda promises a bright future for the state with schemes for farmers, youth, women, SCs, STs, and other deprived sections of society. While PM and CM Kisan Samman Nidhi have a vision to see the farmers prosper through the promise of profitable returns through MSPs for the farmers, the vision to open technology and medical institutes in every division of the state on the pattern of IITs and IIMs will further provide opportunities to the younger generations. Apart from various welfare schemes like’ Mukhyamantri Seekho Kamaao Yojana’, LPG cylinder for Rs 450 to Ujjawala beneficiaries, free education up to post-graduation for girls from BPL families, ‘Laadli Laxami’scheme and ‘Lakhapati Didi Yojana’, schemes like Atal Medicity, new medical colleges in tribal districts, and the police commissioner system in Jabalpur and Gwalior will definitely lead the state towards a brighter future.
The BJP Vision document released for Rajasthan by BJP National President Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda promises free education for women from KG to PG and fair compensation for the auctioned lands of the farmers in the state. While promising to increase the amount for ‘Matru Vandana’ from Rs. 4000 to Rs. 8,000, the women under the Ujjawala Yojana will receive gas cylinders for Rs. 450 only. The Vision Document also promises to open technological and medical institutes in every division in line with IITs and IIMs so that young people may have enough opportunities in the state itself. It also promises to launch ‘Laadli Protsahan Yojana’ in the state and provide free scooty to meritorious female students who pass their 12th examination. As Rajasthan is currently suffering severely under the anti-women misrule of the Congress government, the document promises to open women police stations in every district, women police desks in each police station, and anti-Romeo squads in the state to ensure the safety and security of women in the state.
The BJP Vision Document for Telangana was released by Union Home and Cooperation Minister Shri Amit Shah, promising to commemorate ‘Hyderabad Liberation Day’ on September 17th and ‘Razakar Vibhishika Memorial Day’ on August 27th every year. Apart from a large number of welfare schemes for women, SC, ST, OBC, and other deprived sections of society, the BJP is committed to providing a corruption-free government in the state. The BJP has become a political movement across the state that is not only committed to ‘Antyodaya’ but also marching towards ‘Viksti Bharat’ on the call of the Prime Minister by serving the poorest of the poor, the last man in society. The people are showering their blessings on the BJP to realise their dream for the nation.