Added on : 2020-10-17 15:01:06
The grand alliance (Mahagathbandhan) comprising Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Congress and Left parties on Saturday released their manifesto - Prann Hamara Sankalp Badlav Ka - for the upcoming Assembly elections in Bihar. While releasing the manifesto, Mahagathbandhan's Chief Minister face Tejashwi Yadav remarked that US President Donald Trump will not come to state and accord special category status to the state. Congress leaders Randeep Singh Surjewala and Shaktisinh Gohil and other leaders were also present.
Here are the key promises of Mahagathbandhan manifesto:
10 lakh jobs in first cabinet meeting: As per the manifesto of the Mahagathbandhan, jobs will be given to 10 lakh youth in the first cabinet meeting, expense of candidate appearing for government examination will be borne by the state government.
"We have pledged on the first day of Navratri. Our Manifesto is--Prann Hamara Sankalp Badlav Ka. I am a pure Bihari. My DNA is pure. As I have announced that if we come to power, we will give jobs to 10 lakh youth in the first cabinet. Forms of government jobs will be free. The government will bear the travel expenses of the candidates going to the exam centre. Karupuri Shram Vir sahayata Kendra will be opened across the state to help people in need. We will help the ad hoc teachers too," RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav said.
Focus on health and education sector: Focussing on the education sector, 12 per cent state budget will be spent on education and there will be one teacher on every 30 students in Primary schools and one teacher on 35 students in secondary school. Appointment of art, computer and sports teacher for every school. Under 'Smart Gram Yojana', a clinic with a doctor and nurse will be established in every panchayat, the manifesto read.
Bill in Vidhan Sabah to scrap ‘anti-farm laws’: A Bill will be brought in Bihar in the first Vidhan Sabha session to scrap the three "anti-farm laws". "If we form the government, under the leadership of Tejashwi Yadav, we will pass a Bill in the first Vidhan Sabha session to scrap the three anti-farm laws," Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala said.