Prime Minister Narendra Modi released the BJP's election manifesto for 2019 Lok Sabha polls on Monday at the party's Delhi headquarters. With the message that "The nation will never stop, never bow before anything, never get tired", PM Modi enlisted the party's vision for the nation in the course of upcoming five years.
From "Nation First" highlighting the party's agendas for India's defence system to "Good governance", the 45-page manifesto caters to 15 broad points, the saffron party aims to fulfil. In the "Cultural Heritage" promises, BJP has thrown light on the agenda on the highly-debated issue of the Ram Mandir.
Reiterating its stand on Ram Mandir, the manifesto states that the party will "explore all possibilities within the framework of the Constitution and all necessary efforts to facilitate the expenditure of construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
Further, discussing on the Sabarimala Temple issue, BJP promised to "undertake every effort to ensure that the subject of faith, tradition and worship rituals related to Sabarimala are presented in a comprehensive manner before the Supreme Court."
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