That's right! Vivek Oberoi, who is a self-confessed admirer of Narendra Modi, has become the star campaigner of the BJP and has joined the list of several other significant personalities which includes actor-turned-politician Hema Malini, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and PM Modi himself.
Released at the party office in New Delhi in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah, the "Sankalpit Bharat Sashakt Bharat" pledged to pass the bill if the party comes to power at the Centre.
Modi ordered air strikes in February on the suspected camp of a militant group based in Pakistan that had claimed responsibility for a deadly vehicle bombing in disputed Kashmir, dramatically ratcheting up tension with the neighbouring nation.
"We believe that Article 35A is an obstacle in the development of the state", the party said, referring to a constitutional provision dating from 1954, and reiterated its long-held desire to abolish occupied Kashmir's autonomous status by scrapping another law known as Article 370.
Although the release of the film has been delayed indefinitely, in the latest, it is being reported that the BJP has provided Vivek Oberoi with another role and that being the star campaigner for the Gujarat phase of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
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Most notably, however, she has become the face of the Trump administration's fierce anti-immigration policy. He insists that the arrival of immigrants across the southern US border constitutes a national emergency.
The Internet has been quick to point the difference between the two BJP manifestos.
Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami, the leader of a left party in Kashmir, warned of "disastrous and unimaginable repercussions". "They are wrong. We will fight against it". Endorsing speeches by party colleagues at the manifesto launch, Modi asserted nationalism is BJP's inspiration, inclusion its philosophy and good governance its mantra.
About 900 million people are eligible to vote in the election starting on Thursday, in which Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party-led group is taking on the Congress and its allies and a clutch of regional parties.
From promising big for the common man to downtrodden and farmer, the BJP's manifesto "Sankalp Patra" has taken an all-round acknowledgement of the different classes and masses of the society.
The party will work to cut tax and boost credit to small businesses to $14.4 billion by 2024, it added.