He also noted that the 2019 election is an election of expectations.
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has made 75 promises, which include the contentious decision to scrap a decades-old law providing special rights to the residents of disputed Kashmir region, according to the party's election manifesto.
The BJP has consistently advocated an end to occupied Kashmir's special constitutional status, which prevents outsiders from buying property there, arguing that such laws have hindered its "integration" with the rest of India.
On the economic front, the party said it aspired to make India the third-largest economy of the world by 2030, adding, "This implies that we commit to make India a Dollars 5 trillion economy by 2025 and USD 10 trillion economy by 2032".
In his write-up in the manifesto, Shah said: "In its tenure of five years, the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been able to take many decisions which are historic and has ushered in a comprehensive and fundamental transformation".
Repeal would bring widespread unrest, Kashmiri political leaders warned. People have now realised that their promises remain only on their website as they adopt gimmicks to stay in power.More news: Kit Harington's Brother Perfectly Referenced Jon Snow In His Best Man Speech
Congress spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP Rajeev Gowda said he was hurt by some omissions in the manifesto like no concern for agricultural labour by the party that kept talking about "kisan" (farmer).
The main opposition Congress Party led by Rahul Gandhi is seeking alliances with regional parties to thwart Modi, accusing the BJP of undermining India's secular foundations.
"It is not just announcements that the document has made, but pledges that the party has made to itself to deliver to the people", the external affairs minister said.
The "Sankalp Patra' (document of resolve) released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also assured a plethora of measures including strong action against terrorism".
Bhubaneswar: A day after BJP released its poll manifesto for Odisha, ruling-BJD today lodged a complaint with the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) and the Kharavela Nagar Police Station alleging that the saffron party cheated the people of Odisha.
Voters will elect 543 of 545 MPs to India's lower house of parliament, the Lok Sabha.