| Bhopal |October 17, 2020 6:29:56 pm
Former Chief Minister and MP Congress president Kamal Nath launched the manifesto. (File photograph)
The Congress Saturday launched its manifesto for the upcoming by-polls in Madhya Pradesh, promising to start out a pension scheme for the dependents of those that have succumbed to COVID-19. The social gathering’s manifesto consists of a complete of 52 guarantees, together with to restructure the state’s politics with recommendation from former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to set it on the trail of development.
The social gathering’s manifesto additionally mentions remodeling the state’s insurance policies on farm legislations and assuring buy of crop MSP to lowering the price of electrical energy and offering curiosity free loans and giving farm mortgage waivers to the farmers of the state. The manifesto spoke about growth of Narmada area for irrigation and growth of colleges within the Gwalior-Chambal belt. The social gathering has additionally promised schemes for youth and ladies together with area particular manifesto for every of the 28 seats which are head for the by-polls with emphases on the area points.
Lacking from the manifesto was the picture of former chief minister Digvijay Singh. The manifesto confirmed Kamal Nath as the one chief from the state together with photos of the Gandhi household.
Releasing the manifesto, state Congress president Kamal Nath referred to as the by-polls essential for the way forward for Madhya Pradesh. The by-polls on 28 seats might be held on November 3. Nath accused the BJP management on the heart and state of creating false guarantees, bulletins whereas diverting individuals’s consideration from actual situation to that of ‘China’ and ‘Pakistan.’
“The BJP doesn’t have any credibility and easily makes bulletins which is why individuals of MP made them sit at residence after 15 years of being within the authorities. Whereas now we have fulfilled 574 of the 977 guarantees we had made, regardless of being in energy just for 15 months. However the BJP doesn’t have something to point out for the previous seven months apart from bulletins,” he mentioned.
Quickly after the social gathering launched their manifesto, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan blamed the social gathering for making false guarantees. “The individuals of the state know concerning the guarantees made by Congress. They merely make guarantees and neglect them,” he mentioned.
State BJP president VD Sharma took a jibe on the former chief minister addressing him as Kamal ‘seth’. Commenting on his enchantment to individuals to save lots of the democracy by voting for Congress, Sharma mentioned, “Democracy works with love, not on cash however this Kamal Seth is not going to perceive.” He additionally mentioned that the BJP will quickly launch its manifesto.
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