The BJP manifesto released by party National President J P Nadda in Bengaluru on 1st May 2023, promises free half litre Nandini milk every day, five kgs of millets every month and annually three free cylinders to BPL families. It also promises 10 lakh rupees worth health insurance to the poor. The promises are categorized into Anna, Akshara, Arogya, Abhivrudhi, Aadaya and Abhaya.
It promises setting up of Atal Aahara Kendra in every ward of every municipal corporation in the state to provide affordable, quality and healthy food. Under Visvesvaraya Vidya Yojana it promises holistic upgradation of government schools and under Samanvaya it will attempt to collaborate between SME and it is. Under Aarogya it promises to strengthen public healthcare infrastructure. It will also set up Namma clinic in every municipal ward across the state.
Under Abhivruddhi the manifesto promises development of Bengaluru for the next generation and transforms Karnataka into a premier hub of electric vehicles by setting up charging stations and supporting 1000 startups. Under Aadaaya, it promises development of tourist circuits with an allocation of 1500 crore rupees. Under Abhaya, it wants to improve the ease of living of apartment dwellers and implement Uniform Civil Code in Karnataka.