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Cong committed to fulfilling promises in vachan patra


After long wait of 15 years, Congress has come to power in the state. The Congress is making every possible effort to improve its image. The government appears committed to fulfill all the promises it made in its manifesto or vachan patra. The party waived the loan of farmers as promised soon after coming to power and gave a second gift to farmers b y reducing their power bills to half. Congress led state government has chalked out its 100 days plan to fulfill the promises made in the party’s manifesto called vachan patra. Chief minister Kamal Nath has asked all of his ministerial colleagues and officers to make plans in a way that it could be fulfilled in 100 days. Although experts feel that it would be a tough for the government to keep all the promises with the state reeling under a huge debt, the government has clarified it is committed to fulfilling all the promises. The major promises of the government are to generate employment, permanent jobs to contractual employees, opening of Gaushala, making the state drugs free, unearth corruption cases, cut the electricity bill to half, increasing old age pension, specially abled pension from Rs 500 per month to Rs 1000 per month and others. Many of these promises have been fulfilled, but it remains to be seen whether they would be implemented with the same earnestness or not. According to the promise made in Vachan Patra, the contractual teachers would be regularised and irregularities in the recruitment of class 2 officers conducted by MP Public Service Commission will be probed. The CM signed the loan waiver order but still, it is not clear how it will happen. Similarly, the government might release the order of regularisation of contractual employee or providing benefit to unemployed educated youth but the major question would be when it comes to reality. Congress government promised benefit to around 12 lakh registered educated unemployed youth in the state.

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