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Published in the 16-30 Apr 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

NDA or BJP agenda?

After years of resisting, the National Democratic Alliance partners have finally succumbed to the pressures of Big Brother BJP. Following faithfully the age-old adage "Birds of a feather flock together", the partners after being co-opted by the BJP have decided to don the saffron garb with aplomb. The NDA agenda in fact veritably reads like a photocopy of the BJP Vision Document released recently. Following are the salient features of the NDA manifesto:

 

  • To strengthen national integration there should be an early and amicable resolution of the Ayodhya issue. "Efforts should be intensified for a dialogue and a negotiated settlement in an atmosphere of mutual trust and goodwill".
  • For a lasting resolution of all outstanding issues between Indian and Pakistan including that of Jammu & Kashmir, Indo-Pak dialogue be continued on the basis of the joint statement issued in Islamabad in February 2004.
  • Multi-dimensional relations with the United States would be broadened.
  • To ensure that important offices of the State are occupied only by those who are India's natural citizens by their Indian origins, legislation be introduced in the Parliament.
  • Within the first six months after coming into power Minorities development agenda will be unveiled which would focus on a 3-E programme: Education, Economic upliftment and Empowerment.
  • To curb infiltration from Bangladesh into the North-East, the IMDT Act will be repealed.
  • Reservations for the poor among 'forward classes'.
  • Women's Reservation Bill will be introduced.
  • Non-coercive disincentives for the two-child norm have been promised. Besides, the two-child norm will be made a qualification, on a prospective basis, for contesting any election.

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