In a strategic shift ahead of the upcoming elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is pivoting its focus towards development as the cornerstone of its campaign.

his move marks a departure from the religious rhetoric that dominated previous election cycles, signaling a nuanced approach to win over voters.

Amidst the backdrop of allegations and counter-allegations surrounding various scams during UPA II's tenure, the BJP, under the leadership of Narendra Modi, is seizing the opportunity to contrast its performance with that of the previous government.

The emphasis is on highlighting tangible improvements in the lives of the common people, juxtaposed against the perceived enrichment of ministers

The forthcoming white paper, poised to compare the 10-year terms of the UPA and NDA governments, underscores the BJP's commitment to showcasing its achievements in fostering economic growth and societal progress.

Contrary to prevailing perceptions, the BJP aims to underscore how development, rather than religious sentiment, will drive its electoral strategy.

The recent inauguration of the Ram Mandir and subsequent initiatives to enhance infrastructure across the nation serve as symbolic milestones in the BJP's narrative of progress and prosperity.

Prime Minister Modi's focus on inaugurating development projects during his travels reinforces the government's dedication to improving citizens' lives.

Leaked insights from the white paper reveal a meticulous plan to expose the purported shortcomings of the Manmohan Singh-led UPA government.

Detailed analyses across various sectors will highlight the decline in fiscal earnings and the escalation of oil subsidies during the UPA era.

Additionally, the paper will shed light on reduced planned expenditure and state allocations, contrasting it with the NDA's emphasis on capital expenditure and infrastructural development