Explore the transformative journey of India's economic and infrastructural growth as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) gears up to present a white paper comparing the 10-year rule of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) with the current National Democratic Alliance (NDA) regime.

Despite the widespread belief that the focus would be on the Ram Mandir, the BJP aims to underscore its commitment to development as the cornerstone of its election strategy.

Detail the political backdrop of 2014, where the BJP accused the UPA of corruption scandals and criticized the lack of improvement in the lives of the common man.

Emphasize the BJP's commitment to showcasing the last 10 years as the golden phase of India's economic growth.

BJP successfully fulfilled its promise on faith and 'Aastha' with the inauguration of the Ram Mandir, setting the stage for a focus on development.

Highlight the subsequent emphasis on inaugurating various development projects as a testament to the government's commitment to improving citizens' lives.

Provide insights into the BJP's strategy to counter opposition narratives and present a comprehensive white paper.

The document will delve into segment-wise pointers, showcasing how the UPA compromised sectoral growth, leading to fiscal challenges and increased subsidies on oil.

Detail the white paper's revelations on sectoral growth, emphasizing a decline in fiscal earnings during the UPA era.

Highlight specific instances, such as the reduction in planned expenditure and outlays to states, contrasting it with the NDA's focus on increased capital expenditure and infrastructural development.

Address the ongoing North vs. South altercation and southern chief ministers' accusations of step-motherly treatment.

Counter these claims by highlighting the NDA's achievements in basic infrastructural development, including the construction of toilets, houses for the poor, and initiatives for women empowerment.

Discuss the white paper's examination of the Jawaharlal Nehru-Indira Gandhi legacy, revealing how increased borrowing during their tenure put pressure on banks and the insurance sector, making India susceptible to global economic pressures.

BJP's strategic move with the white paper, emphasizing the party's commitment to numbers and development.

Highlight that the document aims to dispel any notion of stagnant growth under the current government and counter the narrative that religion is being used as a diversionary tactic.