Free vaccination for all, says Puducherry Congress manifesto


Free COVID-19 vaccination for all; scrapping of NEET and the brand new training coverage; Rs 1,000 as help for homemakers; re-opening of mills; and enhanced pension for martyrs’ kin are a few of the guarantees made by the Congress occasion in its ballot manifesto. The manifesto was launched in Puducherry on Sunday by former Union Minister and senior Congress chief Veerappa Moily.

The manifesto promised free vaccination in opposition to COVID-19 the bills of which might be borne by the federal government.

A homemaker in each household would get a month-to-month help of Rs 1,000, the manifesto stated.

  • All
  • West Bengal
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Assam
  • Kerala
  • Puducherry

  • Steps could be taken to scrap NEET mode for medical admission, and the brand new training coverage, the manifesto stated. A college of agriculture could be arrange in Karaikal and a varsity of legislation in Puducherry, the manifesto stated. It promised waiver of loans taken by beneficiaries by means of the Backward Class Corporation and Puducherry Adi Dravidar Development Corporation. Civic elections could be performed instantly, it stated.

    A quota of 25 per cent for the scholars of Puducherry in every of the programs accessible within the Puducherry University, it stated. Fifty per cent quota could be launched for college students in non-public medical faculties who have been chosen by means of CENTAC, it stated.

    A homemaker in each household would get a month-to-month help of Rs 1,000, the manifesto stated. Steps could be taken to re-open the government-owned AFT Mill, Swadeshi Cotton Mills and Sri Bharathi Mills which have been closed by the NDA authorities on the Centre, it stated. Similarly, the Cooperative Sugar Mill at Lingareddipalayam could be re-opened, it stated.

    All households could be obtain free water provide, it stated. Procurement worth of milk could be raised from current Rs 32 to Rs 38 per litre, the manifeso stated. Monthly help for widows, destitute girls and the aged could be raised to Rs 5,000; the martyrs’ pension could be raised to Rs 10,000, it stated.

    The transfer of the Centre to privatise distribution of energy right here could be opposed tooth and nail and the current association of distributing energy by means of the Electricity Department could be continued, the manifesto stated. Physically challenged individuals would get an enhanced pension at Rs 5,000 per particular person, it stated.

    Passenger ship amenities could be launched between Karaikal and Sri Lanka, the manifesto stated. Infrastructure growth, safety of weaker sections and augmentation of primary facilities, particular schemes for farmers, girls self-help teams and healthcare companies have been among the many different guarantees.

    The manifesto stated the occasion would reiterate the demand for statehood for Puducherry and take motion to influence the Centre for waiver of loans due from Puducherry to the Centre over time. The manifesto stated steps could be intensified for inclusion of Puducherry as a member of the Central Finance Commission. The first copy of the manifesto was acquired by former Chief Minister V Narayanasamy. AICC normal Secretary Dinesh Gundu Rao was amongst these current.




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