The Bihar manifesto promises 10 lakh jobs, repealing of farm laws in the first sitting of the assembly and focuses on issues of students.
Patna| Taking a pledge to change the government in Bihar, the grand alliance has released its manifesto today. The manifesto was released by RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav in presence of Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala and Shaktisinh Gohil in a program organized at Maurya Hotel, Patna.
Earlier on Friday night, it was informed on behalf of RJD that a joint manifesto of RJD-led grand alliance could be released on Saturday. The expert committee of RJD and its allies was discussing this for two consecutive days and according to the information, the manifesto was ready on Friday.
The manifesto promises 10 lakh jobs, repealing of farm laws in the first sitting of the assembly and focuses on issues of students. The Grand alliance has promised that if voted to power they will bear the expenses of travelling required by students to visit exam centres.
The nomination time for the 94 seats of the second phase of Bihar assembly elections ended on Sunday evening. According to the information received, 1062 candidates have filed nomination. There are 1066 candidates for the first phase of 71 seats. Here, the leading leaders of all parties are engaged in election campaign. The war of words between the leaders has also intensified.