New Delhi: A few days before the West Bengal assembly elections, Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday (March 17, 2021) released the Trinamool Congress (TMC) manifesto with the aim of keeping Bengal one of the leading states in India. The Chief Minister of West Bengal presented his 10 points for building a strong and prosperous state.
Mamta said, “I have humbly presented my 10 points to build a stronger and more prosperous Bengal so that the wheels of development continue to advance in the third term of our government.” The objective is just one, to keep Bengal as one of the leading states of the country. To make West Bengal the fifth largest economy in India by 5 lakh jobs in a year, check other points of Mamata Banerjee’s TMC manifesto.
The manifesto provided a new scheme to ensure monthly basic income support to women heads of 16 million families in West Bengal.
Rs 500 monthly for general category families and Rs 1,000 for SC / ST families.
For the youth, Mamata Banerjee said that her government will create 5 lakh new jobs every year.
TMC also promised to make West Bengal the fifth largest economy in the country with a GDP of Rs 12.5 lakh crore.
The manifesto states that students will be able to avail loans of up to Rs 10 lakh using a student credit card at only 4 percent interest rate.
TMC will provide Rs 10,000 per acre to all small and marginal farmers.
Mamta Banerjee said, ‘All the points’ are my personal commitments and I promise to take them to the people of West Bengal.
Let us tell you that the voting of 294 members of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly will be held in eight phases starting from 27 March. The last round of voting will take place on 29 April, while the counting of votes will be done on 2 May.