Raipur, November 5 (Language) Chhattisgarh’s ruling party Congress has made many promises including giving six thousand rupees per standard bag to tendu leaf collectors, waiving off the loans of farmers and purchasing paddy from them at the rate of Rs 3200 per quintal.
Congress released its party manifesto on Sunday. He has named his manifesto as ‘Manifesto of Trust 2023-28’. Party’s Chhattisgarh in-charge Kumari Selja in Raipur, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel in Rajnandgaon and Deputy Chief Minister T S Singhdev in Ambikapur released the manifesto in the press conference.
In Rajnandgaon, Baghel said that if Congress remains in power in the state, the loans of farmers will be waived off like in 2018 and now paddy will be purchased from farmers at the rate of Rs 3200 per quintal.
The manifesto also includes the input subsidy given to farmers under Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana. It has been said that tendu leaf collectors will be given six thousand rupees per standard bag and an annual bonus of four thousand rupees will also be given.
Baghel said that paddy will be purchased from farmers in the state at the rate of 20 quintals per acre and 200 units of electricity will be given free of cost and education will be free in all government schools and colleges.
He said that by implementing Mahtari Nyaya Yojana for mothers and sisters of all income groups in the state, a subsidy of Rs 500 per cylinder refill will be deposited directly by the government in the bank account of the woman of the house and 17.5 lakh poor families will be given housing. Will go.
Baghel said that instead of Rs 7,000 per year, landless agricultural laborers in the state will now be given Rs 10,000 per year and an additional Rs 10 per kg will be given on the minimum support price of minor forest produce.
He said that under the Dr. Khubchand Baghel Health Assistance Scheme in the state, the poor class will get up to Rs 10 lakh instead of Rs 5 lakh for treatment. He said that in addition, there will be facility of free treatment under the Chief Minister’s Special Assistance Scheme in case of road or other accidents in the state.
The Chief Minister said that caste census will be conducted keeping in mind the rights of each population in the state, so that social justice is ensured for everyone. He said that if the Congress government remains in power in the state, the government will arrange for wood for cremation in urban bodies.
Baghel said that if his party retains power in the state, the ongoing schemes will continue.
Voting for the 90-member Chhattisgarh Assembly will be held in two phases on November 7 and 17.
Language Sanjeev Netrapal Rajkumar