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08/04/2019 3:40 PM IST

BJP Manifesto 2019: Twitter Users React To Ram Mandir, National Security And Civil Code Promise

As soon as the manifesto was released, it began trending on Twitter, with many users calling it out as the same as its 2014 manifesto.

Reuters

The Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)released its manifesto for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls on Monday. From party chief Amit Shah to Prime Minister Narendra Modi — leaders of the ruling party patted themselves on their back for their “achievements” in the last give years. 

Shah said that under Modi’s rule India had become a superpower. The BJP said it was was making 75 pledges in its manifesto to be fulfilled by 2022 when India celebrates 75 years of independence.

Ram Mandir, Citizenship Amendment Bill and Uniform Civil Code were among the key things the BJP has promised in its manifesto. 

Of course, as soon as the manifesto was released, it began trending on Twitter, with many users calling it out as the same as its 2014 manifesto. 

Some users also highlighted BJP’s unfulfilled poll promises from 2014 that also found mention in the 2019 manifesto. 

Here’s what Twitter users said: 

However, other users praised it saying: