West Bengal Meeting polls: Mamata Banerjee releases TMC manifesto, guarantees 5 lakh jobs in a single yr | India Information
New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday (March 17, 2021) launched Trinamool Congress’ manifesto for the upcoming West Bengal Meeting polls and promised 5 lakh jobs in a single yr.
“We are going to lower unemployment. 5 lakh job alternatives can be generated in a yr,” Mamata said while releasing the party’s manifesto.
The TMC supremo added that her authorities may even arrange 10 lakh MSME items in West Bengal.
She mentioned that when TMC got here to energy, West Bengal’s income was about Rs 25,000 crores, which has now been elevated to Rs 75,000 crores.
“We are going to improve annual monetary help to farmers from Rs 6,000 to Rs 10,000, mentioned West Bengal CM.
Mamata Banerjee mentioned that she is going to deliver a bank card of Rs 10 lakh for college kids for pursuing increased research. “Solely 4 per cent curiosity can be charged,” Mamata promised.
She additionally mentioned that the TMC authorities will guarantee a minimal annual revenue of Rs 6,000 and Rs 12,000 for common class and backward group folks respectively in West Bengal.
The ruling celebration’s chief mentioned that they’ve additionally diminished poverty by 40 per cent within the state.
Mamata Banerjee additionally took on the Election Fee and mentioned that it’s being guided by the Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP).
“They’re misusing the powers of the Election Fee,” alleged the West Bengal CM. Her assertion comes a day after she obtained a stern message from the EC, which mentioned that it was not correct to belittle the establishment by calling it as being near the ruling celebration. The EC additionally asserted that it could not prefer to be repeatedly ‘put within the dock’ with innuendos and averments.
The polls to 294-member West Bengal Meeting can be held in eight phases ranging from March 27. The ultimate spherical of voting will happen on April 29, whereas, the counting of votes will happen on Might 2.
(With inputs from businesses)