TMC releases manifesto for Tripura elections, promises unemployment allowance and 2 lakh jobs


TMC Tripura Assembly Election Manifesto: The Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Sunday (February 5) released its manifesto for the Tripura Assembly elections to be held next month. The manifesto reflects Trinamool’s governance model in West Bengal with a focus on welfare and social upliftment. Along with this, two lakh jobs and unemployment allowance of one thousand rupees have been promised. Many successful schemes of Bengal have been included in this.

Trinamool’s Rajya Sabha MP Sushmita Dev said at the manifesto launch program that many people question us that when we campaign in Tripura for Trinamool Congress, what can we give to the people. We are proud of the development model of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. We want the same model to be brought in Tripura for the next five years. TMC’s Tripura chief Pijush Kanti Biswas, West Bengal Education Minister Bratya Basu, Industries and WCD Minister Shashi Panja, State in-charge Rajiv Banerjee were present in this program in Agartala.


One thousand rupees unemployment allowance will be given

Sushmita Dev said that all vacant posts in government departments will be filled on mission mode. TMC will provide Rs 1,000 per month to unemployed youth and 10,323 retrenched teachers will also get the benefit till their legal case is resolved. TMC also promised to start a skill university, student credit cards and easy loans for those who want to pursue higher education.

Promise to give two lakh jobs

West Bengal Education Minister Bratya Basu said that if the party comes to power in Tripura, it will create 50,000 new jobs in the first year itself and two lakh jobs in five years. As per the manifesto, the Trinamool plans to organize ‘Duare Sarkar’ camps at gram panchayat and municipal ward levels to provide doorstep delivery of services and welfare schemes, similar to West Bengal. Many welfare schemes including student credit card have been mentioned in the manifesto.


Promise to implement many schemes of West Bengal

The Trinamool has also promised to roll out popular West Bengal schemes in Tripura, including Sabuj Sathi, which provides free cycles to higher secondary students in government-run schools. Krishak Bandhu, which provides annual financial assistance of Rs 10,000 to 2.4 lakh farmers. Lakshmi Bhandar, basic income support for women heads of households. Somobyathi Prakalp, Rs 2,000 assistance in funeral for economically weaker families and Rupashree, a one-time financial assistance of Rs 25,000 to economically weaker families at the time of marriage of their adult daughters.

Elections will be held in Tripura on February 16.

MP Sushmita Dev said, “We want to take forward all cultures, languages, castes and religions together. We are promising a cultural centre, which will work on and promote the many cultural traditions of Tripura.” Trinamool (TMC) has announced 22 candidates for the Tripura Assembly elections and is contesting on its own this time. Voting will be held in Tripura Assembly Elections on 16 February.

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