Just before the commencement of MCD elections 2017, Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari released the party manifesto named as ‘Sankalp’ on Sunday.
Tiwari announced that people of Delhi will be given out food for just Rs 10 under Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana.
No new tax shall be introduced, said Tiwari. BJP’s MCD manifesto attempts to woo voters from all sections of society.
The manifesto mentions that the religious and other social institutions shall have to pay Re 1 as wealth tax. The manifesto also stresses on water harvesting in order to ease out the water scarcity problem in the city. BJP also promises to bring in fresh planning to deal with the ubiquitous traffic snarls.
Cleanliness drive has also been kept under one of the major focuses for the city in BJP’s MCD manifesto. For smooth monitoring and functioning of work related to MCD, BJP aims to appoint a nodal officer.