On the occasion of the release of Congress manifesto, senior leader and lone MLA of the party Sudip Roy Barman said that keeping in mind the welfare of the poor and middle class people, a 20-point program has been prepared.
Congress has released its manifesto for the Tripura assembly elections. Many promises have been made in this manifesto. The manifesto promises old pension scheme for employees, 50,000 new jobs, wage hike for agricultural laborers and 150 units of free electricity if the party is voted to power. At the same time, Amit Shah also addressed an election rally in Tripura. During this, he fiercely targeted the opposition parties.
What in Congress manifesto?
On the occasion of the release of the Congress manifesto on Sunday, senior leader and party’s lone MLA Sudip Roy Barman said that a 20-point program has been prepared keeping in mind the welfare of the poor and middle class people. He said that in the manifesto the party has focused on employment, welfare of employees, poor and middle class people.
Roy Barman said that a realistic approach would be made to solve the problem of 10,323 retrenched teachers and better remuneration would be given to SSA teachers. The Congress also supports the empowerment of the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) through the 125th constitutional amendment. He said that we are committed to the welfare of poor tribals and if the public blesses the party in the elections, the party will announce a special package for their betterment.
Communist, Congress and Motha Party all three are united: Amit Shah
Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah reached Agartala. Here he fiercely surrounded the Congress and the Left parties. He said that Communist, Congress and Motha Party all three are united. The Congress and the Communists have met from the front, but Motha has met them from under the table. Earlier, one had to go to the cadre of the Communist Party to get ration card, cheap grains, but we have ended the rule of the cadre and made it the rule of the constitution. We have done the work of developing Tripura on the basis of the mantra of HIRA given by PM – Highway, Internet, Railway, Airport.
Manik Saha said this
Tripura CM Manik Saha said that in the 35 years of Left government’s rule, 69 people were killed in South district alone and today they are trying to come back to the government. Unless there is development in the North East, the country will not develop, that’s why work is being done here at a fast pace.