Patna, April 14: Senior RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav on Sunday said the BJP Lok Sabha manifesto "ignored" unemployment, issues concerning farmers and inflation. Talking to reporters, he said, "There is no mention of jobs and employment anywhere in the BJP manifesto. There is no mention of reducing inflation, unemployment and poverty. There is nothing in the manifesto for 60 per cent youth of the country, 80 per cent farmers and villages of the country. They (BJP) ignored unemployment, issues concerning farmers and inflation in its manifesto. In fact...It proves that the BJP has nothing to offer people." BJP Manifesto for Lok Sabha Elections 2024: ‘Sankalp Patra Outlines Collective Aspirations of the Nation’, Says PM Narendra Modi in His Letter

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday BJP released the BJP Lok Sabha manifesto in the national capital in the presence of BJP president JP Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah, and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.

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The former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister said, "BJP's manifesto has exposed the mindset of its leaders towards backward and poor states. …This party is not concerned about backward and poor states…There is nothing in it for the development and upliftment of such states like Bihar. "What happened about the special status to Bihar…what about the special package which we have been demanding for the overall development of Bihar? All the promises made by BJP leaders before the last Lok Sabha polls remained promises only."