It deals specifically topics like job creation and skill development, healthcare, agriculture, farmer welfare, rural development, housing, empowering weaker sections, women’s empowerment, urban development, transport, innovative information and communication technology and e governance. Besides the manifesto will also speak on issues of internal security, foreign policy, defence, environment, minority empowerment, education reforms, giving a fillip to industry and trade and a comprehensive youth policy. Union minister Ghulam Nabi Azad’s inputs had been sought to prepare a comprehensive guaranteed health service for all citizens at a time when private medicare has become expensive and public hospitals are overcrowded. With the country witnessing growing urbanisation, the manifesto is also likely to promise certain basic minimum civic facilities to all citizens.
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