The BJP released its manifesto for the Delhi Assembly polls, asserting that the party will change the capital's future. Among several sops, the BJP has promised a ban on sealing and Rs 2 per kg atta for the poor. Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari said if BJP forms the next government in Delhi then people will get clean water in their taps. The party also promised to set up development board for the newly-authorised colonies.
Keeping up with the freebies promised by the Aam Aadmi party, the BJP promised many financial sops as well, like guaranteed Rs 2 lakh to each poor girl child at the time of her birth, electric scooter for poor girls going to college, Rs 51,000 for poor widows for their daughter's marriage. BJP's manifesto promises a youth talent hunt, at least 10 lakh jobs for the unemployed, the Rani Laxmi Bai scheme for women's safety, new regulations for street vendors and a job guarantee for contractual employees.