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Uttarakhand Assembly Polls 2022: BJP Manifesto Expected to be Released by Jan 25; big announcements for women, young people expected | India News

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expected to release its election manifesto for the Uttarakhand Assembly elections by January 25.

According to party sources, public opinion at the polls in the assembly’s 70 constituencies has yet to be analysed. After one or two meetings, it will be finalized.

This time, the party also sent a ballot box to each assembly constituency to take public opinion into the manifesto, through which public opinion is taken to the manifesto. In the next few days, all this will also be compiled by the party and submitted to the manifesto committee. After which the final form of the manifesto can take shape in the next meetings.

The sources said that in the election manifesto, the party may make a special announcement for women and youth. The BJP is preparing for the general elections on a large scale.

The party prepares its manifesto keeping in mind all sections of the population with the inclusion of topics like women, youth, farmers, employment, agriculture and tourism.

The manifesto is in preparation on the theme “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Vikas”.

It is believed that the party may announce its manifesto for its elections by January 25, in which women and young people will be given particular prominence. So far, about four manifesto meetings have taken place.

Party sources say most of the work on the manifesto that was presented in the last assembly elections has been done. Now the party is preparing this manifesto taking into account the current circumstances. So that by choosing the right issues, they can win the elections.

In the last assembly election, the BJP won 57 seats out of 70 constituencies in Uttarakhand.

The effort of the party is to break the traditional path of Uttarakhand and form the government again and to this end the BJP is working on its manifesto.

The polls to elect the legislative assembly of the 70 member states are scheduled for February 14. The counting will take place on March 10.