Nature Conservation as Priority for BJP Govt in Karnataka: Amit Shah

Nature Conservation as Priority for BJP Govt in Karnataka: Amit Shah

The Home Minister Amit Shah asserted that the BJP, if voted to power, would prioritize promoting and preserving places blessed by nature in Karnataka. He added that the party would work towards the development of eco-tourism in the state. “We will focus on promoting and preserving places of natural beauty in Karnataka. We will work to create eco-tourism opportunities in the state,” Shah said.

After the BJP’s vision document was revealed by the party’s national president JP Nadda, with CM Basavaraj Bommai and his predecessor BS Yediyurappa in attendance, Shah expressed his commitment to the cause via his twitter account. Along with the message, he shared a video displaying the stunning scenery of Coorg in Karnataka.

Shah’s tweets stated, “The natural beauty of Coorg is truly stunning. Its emerald-green forests and stunning landscapes are sights to behold. The BJP government in Karnataka will prioritize promoting and conserving such places blessed by nature.”

On Monday, Amit Shah held a roadshow at the Tiptur Assembly in Tumkuru, Karnataka, which is preparing for upcoming elections. During the event, the BJP’s manifesto was given a prominent role. It was at this time that the statement was made by Shah.

BJP released its 16-point manifesto on Monday with the implementation of UCC in Karnataka and three free cooking gas cylinders to all BPL families annually being the highlights.

The manifesto proposes establishing an ‘Atal Aahara Kendra’ in every ward of every municipal corporation in the state, in order to provide quality, healthy and affordable food.

The BJP has promised to launch the ‘Poshana’ scheme, which would provide every BPL household with half a litre of Nandini milk every day and a monthly ration kit with 5 kg of Shri Anna – siri dhanya. They have also committed to introducing the National Register of Citizens, and swiftly deporting all illegal migrants. Furthermore, they have vowed to develop Bengaluru into a ‘State Capital Region’ for the next generation, and execute a comprehensive, technology-led city development program with the goal of making Bengaluru a Global Hub of Digital Innovation can be achieved by emphasizing ease of life, creating cohesive transportation networks, and providing enabling ecosystems.

In Karnataka, Congress has always been one of the prominent players in Politics as they established their government at various times in the state.

The Karnataka Assembly Elections of 2023 are set for May 10th, with the votes to be counted on May 13th. This election will determine the 224-member Assembly. It is anticipated that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Congress (INC) will be in close competition, while the Janata Dal (Secular) could play a decisive role in the outcome.


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