NEW DELHI: As soon as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its manifesto for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls on Monday, it began trending on Twitter, with many users took to the micro blogging site calling it out as the same as its 2014 manifesto and began to dissect, analyse and compare it with the Congress’ manifesto.
Ram Mandir which has been on BJP’s manifesto for the past 23 years continued to be among the key things along with Citizenship Amendment Bill and Uniform Civil Code the BJP has promised in its manifesto.
Some Twitter users also highlighted BJP’s unfulfilled poll promises from 2014 that also found mention in the 2019 manifesto.
Here’s what Twitter users said:
One promise has remained common in all the BJP Manifestos since the past 23 years –
1996: Ram Mandir
1998: Ram Mandir
2004: Ram Mandir
2009: Ram Mandir
2014: Ram Mandir
2017: Ram Mandir
2019: Ram Mandir
— Dhruv Rathee (@dhruv_rathee) April 8, 2019
— Charwaha vidyalaya (@CharwahaV) April 8, 2019
Mandir Wahi Banaenge, Tareeq Nahi Bataenge.
मंदिर वहीं बनाएंगे,
तारीख नहीं बताएंगे। https://t.co/uNJhc8iLPm
— Ankit Lal (@AnkitLal) April 8, 2019
Ram Lalla Hum Aayenge, Mandir Ka Sapna Phir Se Dikhaenge.
राम लल्ला हम आएँगे, मंदिर का सपना फिर से देखाएँगे https://t.co/FhopkwhLDF
— Rohini Singh (@rohini_sgh) April 8, 2019
— Hasiba 🌈 (@HasibaAmin) April 8, 2019
2019 version: Pension for small traders.
— Salman Anees Soz (@SalmanSoz) April 8, 2019
Jobs missing, even job's promise missing.
— ASHUTOSH MISHRA (@ashu3page) April 8, 2019