The BJP has promised that the number of beds in hospitals and ICUs will be doubled.
Releasing its manifesto for Madhya Pradesh, the BJP has focused not just on pocketbook issues like electricity and gas cylinders but also a hike in minimum support price for some crops and a Rs 20,000-crore investment in healthcare infrastructure.
Here are five key promises made in the manifesto:
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The manifesto was released by BJP President JP Nadda and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday. One of the key promises made by the party, which is looking for another term in the state, is providing every house with 100 units of electricity for Rs 100.
Cylinders for Ujjwala Yojana and Ladli Behna beneficiaries will be given for Rs 450. Under the Ladli Behna Yojna, Rs 1,250 is credited to the accounts of eligible women every month.
Free education will also be provided to girls from poor families till the time they finish their post-graduation.
The BJP has promised procurement of wheat at Rs 2,700 and paddy at Rs 3,100 per quintal from farmers.
The party has also said that Rs 20,000 crore will be invested towards making healthcare infrastructure "high-tech". The number of beds in hospitals and ICUs will also be doubled.