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BJP unveils Vision Document for Mizoram

 BJP National president Jagat Prakash Nadda, flanked by Mizoram BJP president Vanlalhmuaka and Union minister (on his right) and Union minister Kiren Rijiju.

Aizawl: The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) National president Jagat Prakash Nadda unveiled the BJP’s Vision Document for Mizoram at Hotel Regency in Aizawl Friday evening.

Nadda emphasised the party’s commitment to transparency and accountability by revealing plans to establish a Special Investigation Team (SIT) tasked with scrutinising the implementation of the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) flagship program, the Socio-Economic Development Programme (SEDP). 

In a resolute move towards transparency, he also announced the preparation and forthcoming release of a comprehensive white paper addressing alleged financial mismanagement within the current MNF regime.

The BJP, recognising the longstanding interstate border disputes between Mizoram and its neighbour Assam, pledged to actively seek an amicable and enduring resolution to this complex issue. 

The party’s dedication to humanitarian causes shone through as they promised to provide a free education package for internally displaced people from Manipur who have sought shelter in Mizoram.

The Vision Document showcased an array of promising initiatives, including the ‘Operation Drug Free Mizoram,’ aimed at combating the critical issue of substance abuse within the state.

In a notable endeavour to empower women, the BJP committed to providing Rs. 1.5 lakh to each girl child, while also guaranteeing a progressive 33% reservation for women in government jobs. The party further pledged to establish a cutting-edge Maternity and Children Multi-specialty Hospital within the capital city, Aizawl.Farmers found assurance in the BJP’s commitment to launch the ‘Mizoram Agri-Infra Mission,’ boasting an estimated expenditure of Rs. 1,000 crore. Additionally, the BJP vowed to disburse Rs. 8,000 to each farmer under the PM Kissan program.

The Vision Document also introduced the ‘Mizoram Health Infrastructure Fund,’ with a substantial allocation of Rs. 500 crore, and ambitious plans to elevate Zoram Medical College into the esteemed status of a Regional Institute of Medical Sciences.

To foster comprehensive infrastructure development across the state, the BJP promised to initiate the ‘Mizoram Rural Infrastructure Development Mission’ with a substantial budget of Rs. 950 crore, alongside the ‘Mizoram Urban Infrastructure Development Mission’ with a budget of Rs. 400 crore. Furthermore, the party extended its commitment to the identification of south Mizoram’s Siaha district as an aspirational district, aiming to accelerate its growth and development.

The BJP also promised to ensure that at least one member from every family across the state would have the opportunity to secure government employment, a testament to their dedication to inclusive development and progress.

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