India is a multiparty parliamentary democracy and second most populous country in the world. In spite of pressing needs of the population, healthcare is still not considered a driving electoral mobilizer as compared to the older democracies such as the UK and USA. Only three National Health Policies , and have been promulgated by the respective governments during the past 70 years of India's independence. National policies are often preceded by commitment of political parties documented in the manifestos. Type and nature of promises in the manifesto of National Political Parties NPPs are reflective of vision and intentions of parties.
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If nationwide lockdown is extended, BSP will welcome it: Mayawati. Lives of poor much more painful than before: Mayawati. Make jobs available to migrant workers near their homes: Mayawati to Centre. Atmosphere of fear, tension in country: Mayawati. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service. Lok Sabha. Market Watch. Pinterest Reddit. Stressing that the party which had failed to fulfil the promises made in had no moral right to release a fresh manifesto, BSP president Mayawati on Monday said the BJP ought to have issued an action-taken report instead.
Reacting to it, Mayawati said, "The BJP and the Narendra Modi government, which blatantly betrayed the people and failed to fulfil the election promises, have no moral right to release a new manifesto. The BJP and the Modi government "should have issued an action-taken report, instead of the new manifesto, but they do not have the courage to do so," she added.
The BJP had tried to mislead the people by making big promises in and it was doing the same this time round, but people had come to see the true face of the party, Mayawati said, while terming saffron party's manifesto an "illusion". Read this article in : Hindi. Read more on Narendra Modi. Bharatiya Janata Party.
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"They Have No Moral Right To Release Manifesto": Mayawati Hits Out At BJP
There is growing realisation among workers, peasants and other self-employed people that the program of liberalisation and privatisation only serves to enrich an exploiting minority at their expense. Mass resistance is growing to this antiworker, anti-peasant and anti-national program. However, the working class is being prevented from realizing its potential as the leader of all the exploited, and as the grave-digger of capitalism, by those in the communist movement who are spreading harmful illusions and compromising the class struggle. The bugle for the 16th Lok Sabha Elections has been sounded at a time when a grave situation confronts our country, amidst growing dissatisfaction among the people with the course being followed. In spite of widespread rejection by workers, peasants and other self-employed strata, the ruling class is hell-bent on pursuing the program of globalisation of Indian capital, through liberalisation and privatisation.
Pattern of health promises for Indian democracy: A qualitative review of political manifestos
If nationwide lockdown is extended, BSP will welcome it: Mayawati. Lives of poor much more painful than before: Mayawati. Make jobs available to migrant workers near their homes: Mayawati to Centre. Atmosphere of fear, tension in country: Mayawati.
BSP game plan: No manifesto; upper caste, backwards fielded in eastern UP
Ramasamy and Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj. The BSP has its main base in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh where it was the second-largest party in the Indian general election with It appears in the dictum " Bahujana Hitaya Bahujana Sukhaya ", or "The benefit and prosperity of the many", articulated by Gautama Buddha. Ambedkar used the term to refer to the majority of people in Hindu society that experienced discrimination and oppression on the basis of caste. Jotirao Phule used the term in a similar context, and compared the lower castes of India to slaves in the United States.
BJP has no moral right to release fresh manifesto, should have issued action-taken report: Mayawati