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Updated: April 03, 2014 20:26 IST
With just days to go for the polls, political parties are busy setting the agenda for Elections 2014. Only major party missing in action is the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The party is hoping to release its manifesto on the first day of polling, which is April 7.
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Bharatiya Janata Party's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi along with BJP President Rajnath Singh, BJP senior leader Lal Krishna Advani, Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj, and BJP senior leader Murali Manohar Joshi release their much-delayed manifesto in New Delhi.

The manifesto, promised good governance and inclusive development with a mention of its core agenda including a Hindu temple at a disputed mosque site in Uttar Pradesh.
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AAP convener, Arvind Kejriwal with party leaders, Prashant Bhushan,Manish Sisodia,Yogendra Yadav and Gopal Rai at the release of their election manifesto.
The party promises swift punishment for corruption, a law for a Jan Lokpal or anti-corruption ombudsman, a citizen's charter that will punish officials who don't finish work on time, decentralisation of power and self-rule.
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Congress party Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and Congress party President Sonia Gandhi release party manifesto ahead of the general elections. Congress decided to go pro-poor and promise a slew of benefits for them in its manifesto.
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Trinamool Congress in its manifesto focuses on roti kapda aur makaan (food, dress and shelter), promises electoral reforms, transparency and a corruption-free India.
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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar with party President Sharad Yadav at the release of party manifesto in Patna.
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Samajwadi Party Supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, along with Uttar Pradesh Chief minister Akhilesh Yadav released the party manifesto at party office in Lucknow. The party promised to check "the large-scale misuse" of the tougher anti-rape law that has been introduced and also gave special attentions to Muslims by assuring reservations.
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Biju Janata Dal (BJD) President, Naveen Patnaik along with Party leaders release election manifesto for 2014 general elections at Party office in Bhubaneswar.
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Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) chief Sibu Soren along with Jharkhand Chief Minister and his son Hemant Soren, release party manifesto.

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