BJP promises aplently in its manifesto for WB election

Promising ”KG to PG” free education, 33 per cent quota in government jobs, free travel in public transport for women, strict enforcement of the new citizenship law, and a Rs 3 lakh accident cover for farmers, the BJP Sunday unveiled its election manifesto for the West Bengal assembly polls.
In an apparent effort to counter the ruling TMC’s ”Bangla Nijer Meyeke Chai” (Bengal wants its own daughter) slogan hailing Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Union Home Minister Amit Shah released the manifesto that promised employment generation and social security, while laying extra emphasis on welfare of women.
He promised payment of arrears of Rs 18,000 to each of the 75 lakh farming families of the state under PM-Kisan, a scheme, which the TMC government decided to implement belatedly.