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BJP launches civic election manifesto in UP, promises free WiFi, 'pink toilets'

13 Novembre 2017

Talking to news agency Press Trust of India, a senior BJP leader said, "The chief minister will start his campaign from Ayodhya on November 14". He claimed that the BJP was anxious ahead of civic elections in UP.

"Rahul Gandhi is a failed player in politics".

The AAP leader also attacked the BJP on corruption and said that while it claimed to be a party with a difference, its actions had proved that it is a party in a hurry to "embrace the corrupt". "Can it justify why it chose to assimilate leaders like Narayan Rane in Maharashtra, Mukul Roy in West Bengal and a convicted politician like Sukhram in Himachal Pradesh?" the AAP leader asked.

Additional Chief Secretary (Infrastructure and Industrial Development) Anoop Chandra Pandey told the visiting delegates that Uttar Pradesh was leading state in livestock, and production of potato, sugar cane, food grain, potato, milk, fruits, and wheat and offered lucrative options for foreign and domestic investors. Now they are promising to deliver on their promises. "Prior to this there were 12 municipal corporations in the State".

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This time, 652 urban local bodies, the highest number so far, are going for polls.

AHEAD of the urban local body polls in UP, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday came up with its Sankalp Patra or election manifesto, wooing voters with the promise of free WiFi in prominent public places and construction of "pink toilets" for women.

The chief minister will address a rally each in all 16 poll-bound municipal corporations, he added. "The party is not contesting urban local body polls merely to bag posts of mayors or corporators, but to pledge that better quality of life can be given to people living in urban areas of the State", he said. Counting will be held on December 1.

BJP launches civic election manifesto in UP, promises free WiFi, 'pink toilets'