Friday, January 27, 2012

BJP releases manifesto for UP Assembly polls

Bharatiya Janta Praty has announced its manifesto for poll bound Uttar Pradesh in Lucknow on Friday in which the party has promised creation of 5 lakh new jobs besides focussing on education, health, employment and law and order. 

Senior party leaders, including national vice presidents Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Kalraj Mishra, Uma Bharati, and Sudheedra Kulkarni were present at the release.

The party  has already released its vision document, for all round development of the state.

Meanwhile, making development its key poll plank in poll bound Uttar Pradesh, Congress will release “ Vision Document 2020”, encapsulating the party’s plans for the all round development of the state.

Friday is the last date for withdrawal of candidature in the second phase Assembly election in Uttar Pradesh, scheduled on 11th February in which 59 constituencies will go to the polls. 
Manipur goes polls tomorrow
Single phase polling for Assembly elections in Manipur will be held on Saturday.

Election Commission has made an elaborate security arrangements. 350 companies of security personnel have been deployed to ensure free and fair election.

Campaign for elections in the state ended on Thursday evening.

279 candidates are there in the foray for 60 assembly seats. An electorate of more than 17 lakh voters including around 8.8 lakh women will exercise their franchise to elect their representatives.

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