All employees including teachers and Urdu teachers will be given equal pay for permanent work and abolition of privatization in all departments, RJD Manifesto Promised.
Patna| The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has released its manifesto for Bihar assembly elections 2020. On behalf of the Grand Alliance, several senior leaders including Chief Ministerial contenders Tejashwi Yadav, Manoj Jha released the manifesto in Patna. This 16-page manifesto has been named “Our Pran”, “Resolution For change”.
In the manifesto, the RJD reiterated the promise of providing 10 lakh jobs to unemployed youth of Bihar. Apart from this, it has promised unemployment allowance of Rs 1500 to unemployed youth. The youth of Bihar will not have to pay the application fee to fill the government jobs form. The RJD has also promised tax exemption for implementing the old pension scheme, making villages smart, installing CCTV cameras, new industries policy in the state and setting up new industries.
With this, the state government will bring domicile policy to give preference to the youth of Bihar in government jobs. 85 per cent of posts of government jobs will be reserved for the youth of Bihar. Apart from this, it has been announced to waive the debt of farmers.
It is noteworthy that before this, a joint declaration was also issued by the Grand Alliance. Now RJD has issued its separate manifesto. It promises to create 10 million jobs in the first cabinet meeting by creating new permanent posts. Tejashwi Yadav released it in the presence of RJD leaders and said that it is not our manifesto but our pledge. It has resolved to work on 17 points to transform Bihar. These points mainly cover employment, education, agriculture, industry and other issues.
The main promises of the manifesto-
After the creation of new permanent posts, the process of restoration of a total of 10 lakh jobs will start with the first signature in the cabinet meeting.
All employees including teachers and Urdu teachers will be given equal pay for permanent work and abolition of privatization in all departments.
Villages will be made smart and CCTVs will be installed.
Farmers Commission, Professional Commission, Youth Commission and Sports Commission will be formed.
Medical colleges and hospitals will be set up in every district.
Farmers’ debt will be waived.
Pension of old and poor will be increased from Rs 400 per month to Rs 1000 per month.
22 per cent of the state’s GDP will be spent on education.
There will be free dialysis for kidney patients.
The order granting compulsory retirement to government employees who have completed 50 years of age will be withdrawn.
Under the new industrial policy, an effective tax differential and tax Waiver scheme will be introduced to encourage employment generating industries, in which subsidies and higher planted taxes will be waived for a certain period for the investment made under the establishment of new industries.
The demands of office assistants, statistical volunteers, librarians, Urdu teachers, Anganwadi workers and assistants, Asha workers, rural doctors, Jeevika Didis will be met.
In the health care sector, lakhs of direct jobs and indirect employment will be created through private and unorganized sectors.
Livelihood cadres will be given interest-free loans to members of groups with a permanent job at regular pay scale.
Under the supervision of the technical instructors of the corporate world, skill development centres will be set up as per the government directive where the training of traditional skills, as well as industry question skills, soft skills, will also be imparted.
Provision will be made to prevent government departments undertakings from going into private hands in the interest of workers.
Farmers Commission, Business Commission, Youth Commission and Sports Commission will be set up in Bihar.