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The Bharatiya Janata Party believes that the revolution ushered in by Information and Communication Technologies has provided India with and unique opportunity to overcome the many daunting challenges in socio-economic development. The opportunity is all the greater, given the size of India’s population and, especially, the existing and projected population of educated young people. India’s youth is its greatest resource. The BJP is committed to enrichingand empowering this resource for building a strong and prosperous nation.
The BJP wants the people of India to enjoy the benefits of the Internet,and the access to rich visual information that is made possible through the use of a good broadband connection. "Do not worry about it. Whatever you like you can adopt. We are ready to support, anything from extreme Marxist to downright capitalist program."
The Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian People's Party, created in 1980, is one of the two major national political parties in India. It projects itself as a champion of the socio-religious cultural values of the country's Hindu majority, conservative social policies.nd strong national defense. Its constituency is strengthened by the broad umbrella of Hindu nationalist organizations, informally known as the Sangh Parivar (League of Indian nationalist organizations), in which the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh plays a leading role.
Since its inception, the BJP has been a prime opponent of the Indian National Congress. It has allied with regional parties to roll back the left-of-centre tendencies formerly endorsed by the Congress Party, which dominated Indian politics for four decades. The ideological rallying cry of the BJP is Hindutva, literally "Hinduness," or cultural Hindu nationalism.
Our country deserves world-class infrastructure, both physical and social, which is commensurate in quality and quantity with our goal of making the 21st Century India's Century!. The Bharatiya Janata Party believes that the revolution ushered in by Information and Communication Technologies has provided India with an unique opportunity to overcome the many daunting challenges in socio-economic development. The opportunity is all the greater, given the size of India’s population and, especially, the existing and projected population of educated young people. India’s youth is its greatest resource. The BJP is committed to enriching and empowering this resource for building a strong and prosperous nation.
»Unrestricted VoIP would be implemented immediately. And Government of India to standardise on ‘open standard’ and ‘open source’ software. An IT standards-setting body would be spun out of BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards).
» Post Offices to be turned into IT-enabled Multi-Service Outlets. Telephone booths to be upgraded to internet kiosks.Video-conferencing to be made affordable and universally accessible.Land and property records to be digitised; use of GPS for this purpose.An independent body, Digital Security Agency, to be set up for cyber warfare, cyber counter-terrorism, and cyber security of national digital assets
»Citizens will have a simple 1-800 BSNL Toll Free Number, which is accessible 24 x 7x 365 days of the year, to contact their Member of Parliament.Domestic hosting industry to be promoted to minimise international bandwith charges. Special focus to bring women, SC/STs, OBCs and other weaker sections of society within the ambit of IT-enabled development.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) a direct successor of erstwhile Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) founded in 1980, is a major political party of India. The Bharatiya Jana Sangh was founded in 1951 by Syama Prasad Mookerjee, a nationalist leader, former Union Minister and freedom-fighter. The party advocates welfare social social policies, self reliance, robust economic growth, foreign policy driven by a nationalist agenda, and strong national defense.
The BJP is pledged to build up India as a strong and prosperous nation, which is modern, progressive and enlightened in outlook and which proudly draws inspiration from India's ancient culture and values and thus is able to emerge as a great world power playing an effective role in the comity of Nations for the establishment of world peace and a just international order. he Party aims at establishing a democratic state which guarantees to all citizens irrespective of caste, creed or sex, political, social and economic justice, equality of opportunity and liberty of faith and expression.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya was born on Sept. 25, 1916, in a village Nagla Chandrabhan, Near Mathur in Uttar Pradesh. He passed his Matriculation standing first class, first in the Ajmer Board Examinations, winning two gold medals. He again won two gold medals in Intermediate examination securing first rank. He did his B.A. in mathematics in first class.
Panditji joined the RSS in 1937 as one of the first few Swayamsevaks and rose to be its Joint Provincial Pracharak. He joined the Jana Sangh in 1952 and was appointed its General Secretary, which post he retained till he became the President of the Party in 1967. After the death of Dr. Syama Prasad Mookherji he shouldered the responsibility of building up the party and he achieved a remarkable success in this onerous task.