BHOPAL: Union Minister Arun Jaitley and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday released the Bharatiya Janata Party's vision document for the assembly polls 2018. The BJP has given key center to farmer issues in the vision document. It promised 10 lakh jobs per year to the youth. "We have encapsulated a roadmap for the growth of Madhya Pradesh and the development of its people in this 'Drishti Patra'," MP CM said on Saturday.
Talking about the achievements by his government in the state, MP CM said: "In our bid to usher in development, we have come up with a slew of schemes from time to time for the welfare of people from every sector and every background in Madhya Pradesh."
The BJP has been ruling the state since 2003. It is trying to retain power amid the opposition Congress's allegations of a collapse of governance and its disappointment to work for agriculturists. The state faced wide-scale protests last year by farmers for better Minimum Support Price for their produce and other demands, forcing the BJP led government to announce several measures.
The BJP has vowed measures to make sure in the state.
Elections for the 230-member assembly will be be held on November 28 and the results will be declared on December 11.