BJP promises to implement uniform civil code in poll-bound Karnataka

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BJP National President JP Nadda with Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, former Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa and senior party leaders releases the party's manifesto for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections

BJP National President JP Nadda with Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, BS Yediyurappa and senior party leaders releases the party's manifesto for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections

Bengaluru: The ruling BJP promised to implement the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in Karnataka, in its election manifesto for the May 10 Assembly polls, released on Monday.

"We will implement the UCC in Karnataka based on the recommendations given by a high-level committee which is to be constituted for the purpose," according to the manifesto.

"The Constitution (of India) allows us to move in the direction of Uniform Civil Code. 'Justice to all; appeasement to none' is our policy", BJP National Present J P Nadda, who was among those present at the release programme, said.

The BJP said it would provide three free cooking gas cylinders to all BPL families -- one each during the months of 'Yugadi', 'Ganesh Chaturthi' and 'Deepavali'.

"We will set up an 'Atal Aahara Kendra' in every ward of every municipal corporation in the State to provide affordable, quality and healthy food across the State", the party said in its manifesto.

It also promised to launch the 'Poshane' scheme through which every BPL household will be provided with half litre 'Nandini' milk every day and five kg 'Shri Anna - siri dhanya' through monthly ration kits.

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