Tejashwi Yadav, the chief ministerial candidate and RJD leader from the Grand Alliance in Bihar elections, has taken a dig at the Nitish government of JDU-BJP for the last 15 years and asked why Bihar has not got special state status till now Whereas Nitish Kumar has been raising this issue for many years. He said that now your government is both at the center and in the state, yet the state could not get special status. He asked the question whether Donald Trump would give special status to the state. After issuing the election manifesto on behalf of the grand alliance, Tejashwi said these things.
Earlier, all the constituent parties of the Grand Alliance issued a joint declaration. The manifesto has been named ‘Pran hamara, sankalp change’. It has announced to fulfill the promise of 10 lakh permanent jobs in the first cabinet meeting itself. Along with this, the youth of the state have also been promised to free the application fee for all government reinstatement examinations. Apart from this, under MNREGA, instead of per family, it has been promised to increase the work per person from 100 to 200 days per year. An assurance has also been given to form employment scheme of the state on the lines of MNREGA.
Tejashwi Yadav has tweeted about the release of the manifesto, “On the auspicious occasion of Navratri today, the Mahagathbandhan’s colleagues presented” Pran Our, Sankalp Parivartan “25 point program to Biharis. Goes. On the day of establishment of the urn, we are taking a pledge for a developed and prosperous Bihar .. “
In another tweet, he wrote, “This includes 10 lakh government jobs, farmers’ loan waiver, rejection of anti-farmer agriculture bill, equal pay for equal work for teachers, regular salary and jobs with increase in honorarium of livelihood didi, expensive electricity A total of 25 promises have been kept, like reducing the rate, implementing the old pension scheme. “