Leader of opposition Gujarat Shri Shaktisinh Gohil today said BJP has failed to fulfill some promises made in the election manifestos of year 1990, 1995, 1998 and 2002. Some of the examples are:
1. All Gujaratis will have own home. Slums will be converted to pucca house.
2. Irrigation water rates will be lowered down. Special provisions will be made for farmers.
3. All Agri power connection applications will be cleared. Even today there are 12 lakh power connection applications pending.
4. 8-A and 7/12 certificates will be issues within 24 hours.
5. Roads in each village will have asphalt layer.
6. Not a single family in rural Gujarat will be left without house.
7. In 2002 the party had announced to complete the Narmada dam and canal work timely.
8. In 2007 BJP had announced that Narmada canal and dam works will be completed by 2010.
9. 10 lakh acre ft Narmada surplus water will be supplied to agricultural land in Saurashtra and Kutch.
10. Diamond clusters to be set up in Saurashtra. Major diamond processing park to be set up in Saurashtra.
11. SC, ST students will be given benefits.
12. GIFT city will be developed at par with New York and Frankfurt.
13. Pucca road connectivity to villages with more than 1000 population.
14. A welfare fund for women journalists was announced in 2007.
15. Hike in pension of widows.
16. Sanad to tribals.
17. 2 Rs and 3 Rs kilo rice to all Gujaratis.
18. Special package for senior citizens.
19. A separate department to take care of the families of martyres.
20. Border villages of Kutch will be supplied Narmada water.
21. Each village will be facilitated with one irrigation and one drinking water body.
22. Dams in North Gujarat, Kutch and Saurashtra will be filled with Naramda water.
23. One medical university will be set up. It will be connected with each medical college.
24. Health insurance to be provided for rickshaw and truck drivers.
25. In 1990 manifesto the party had decided to give Rs 450 unemployment allowance.
26. Professional tax will be abolished.
27. Free of cost journey in buses for interviews.