Congress manifesto released

Congress manifesto released, 5 Big promises made including minimum income plan and farmer budget

Congress manifesto released: Congress has released its manifesto for the General Elections 2019. With the promise of ‘we will complete promise ‘ the Congress has made five announcements, including the minimum income plan, employment generation and separate budget for the farmers. Congress president Rahul Gandhi, while releasing the manifesto, promised to start a ‘minimum income scheme’ for 20 percent of the poor when they came to power. Under this, the people of the poor section will be given 6,000 rupees per month. The party has named its manifesto as ‘Jan Voices’. Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that keeping in mind the theme of our election symbol, we have included 5 big promises. Learn what 5 big promises Congress has made in its manifesto.

Congress manifesto released

1. Every year, Rs. 72,000 will be credited to 20 percent of the poor population. The Congress has given slogan ‘72,000 per year on poverty, every year for this scheme’.

2. The Congress has promised 22 lakh government jobs. Promised to provide employment to 10 lakh people in Gram Panchayats. For 3 years, there is no need to seek permission from anyone to do business.

3. Announcement of increase in work days from 100 to 150 in MNREGA

4. Announcement of release of budget for farmers separately. Farmers’ debt will be out of the scope of crime.

5. Six percent of GDP will be spent on education. Promising to ease access to the poor till the top institutions including Universities, IITs, IIMs

Rahul said, if promised, will play

Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that we listen to all the lies of the Prime Minister every day. That’s why we say that we will fulfill our promise. Rahul Gandhi said that this manifesto has been prepared with hard work of people for a year’s hard work. The party has kept the title of our manifesto as ‘We will play’.

Manmohan Singh will talk about the manifesto all over the country

Former PM Manmohan Singh said that the Congress Party’s Manifesto will be discussed across the country. The welfare of the poor has been given place in this place. This is an evolving manifesto, in which the care of the welfare of all sections of society including the poor, students, farmers and minorities has been taken care of. We are going to tell people how the interests of the farmers and the poor have been ignored in BJP rule in the last 5 years and how we are going to take the country forward.

Chidambaram and Gehlot were all veteran leaders (Congress manifesto released)

Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh released this manifesto. Meanwhile, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi, former finance minister P. Chidambaram, former Defense Minister AK Antony, spokesman Randeep Surrejwala, RPN Singh, Delhi’s state president Sheela Dikshit, Rajasthan’s Ashok Gehlot and many veteran leaders were present.

Committee of Chidambaram has prepared the advice of Amartya Sen

The Congress party’s announcement letter prepared by the former finance minister P. Chidambaram-led committee has been prepared in three months. In preparing this Manifesto, the Congress had consulted veterans like Amartya Sen. According to Congress sources, the scheme of giving Rs 6,000 per month to the poor is also said to be issued on the advice of Amartya Sen.

Modi gives 6,000 in a year and Rahul so much in the month: Gehlot

Rajasthan’s Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that Rahul Gandhi took the views of all the sections including the poor, women, the elderly, employees in all parts of the country by sending the teams and then prepared the manifesto. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a grant of Rs 6,000 every year to the poor, whereas the Congress has said that every month it is giving so much money. This shows the difference between Congress and BJP.

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