Chhattisgarh Congress Manifesto 2023 Hindi PDF
Chhattisgarh Congress Manifesto PDF for 2023 Assembly Elections has been released by Chhattisgarh Chief Minister and Congress leader Bhupesh Baghel.
Chhattisgarh Congress Manifesto 2023 – Highlights
Here are some of the highlighted points from the manifesto, which comprises a total of 20 promises:
- Caste Census: The Congress is committed to conducting a comprehensive caste-based census in Chhattisgarh, covering scheduled castes, tribal castes, backward classes, general category, and minorities. This census aims to benefit the underprivileged sections of society.
- Farm Loan Waiver: The manifesto promises the waiver of farm loans, offering relief to the state’s struggling farmers.
- Free Electricity: The manifesto pledges to provide free electricity for up to 200 units to ease the burden on households.
- Fair Crop Prices: Paddy will be procured at a minimum support price of Rs 3,200 per quintal, ensuring fair returns to farmers.
- Affordable Gas Cylinders: Gas cylinders will be available at an economical rate of Rs 500 per kg to make cooking gas more accessible.
- Housing for All: The CM Awaz Yojana will provide free homes to 17.5 lakh people, addressing the housing needs of the underprivileged.
- Free Education: Education from KG to PG level will be made free, ensuring access to quality education for all.
- Health Insurance: A medical insurance scheme, Khoobchand Baghel Swastyha Sahayata Yojana, will offer coverage of Rs 10 lakh for healthcare needs.
- Business Loan Waiver: The manifesto proposes an up to 50% loan waiver for businesses, surpassing the existing 40% waiver.
- Social and Financial Benefits: The government will introduce special policies to provide social and financial benefits to the backward classes.
In contrast, the BJP’s manifesto, titled ‘Modi ki Guarantee 2023,’ includes a health insurance scheme, establishment of Jan Aushadhi Centers, a bonus for beedi leaf collectors, and other promises.
The Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections will be conducted in two phases on November 7 and 17, with the vote counting scheduled for December 3. The current Congress-led government’s term in Chhattisgarh concludes on January 3, 2024.