Haryana Assembly Elections 2019: Dushyant Chautala-led Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) on Thursday released its election manifesto with as many as 160 promises to the people of Haryana and with an aim to build the state as dreamed by Jannayak former Deputy Prime Minister Tau Devi Lal. During the releasing ceremony, JJP National Principal General Secretary Dr KC Bangar, former Vice Chancellor Abhay Morya, JJP state secretary Randhir Singh, Deepkamal Saharan, Dilbag Nain and others were present. Dr Bangar said that we have made 160 promises to the people ensuring progress of 36th Biradaris.
Dr Bangar said that JJP will bring 'Rozgaar Mera Adhikaar' and has promised 75 per cent reservation to the youths in all kind of jobs in its election manifesto.
He said that the youths belonging to rural areas will get additional 10 marks in competitive exams and these will be held in home towns besides control on fee structure of private schools, free education to girls from first class to PH.D, Haryana hostels for youths studying in coaching centres, Kisan Model Schools on the pattern of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya and Rs 11,000 for unemployed educated youth till he or she gets job will be provided after formation of JJP government.
Dr Bangar further told that JJP will restart old pension scheme for the government employees, posts of Chairman, OSD, members will be filled from public, minimum monthly wage will be fixed at Rs 16000 and Rs 600 as daily wage and Journalists will get cheaper housing and free treatment and others.
"For bringing out farmers out the visit circle of debt, JJP will wave off their loans, free tubewell connection and increased MSP for crop, free CLU to them for starting business and co-operative loans of the traders will also be waved off", added Dr Bangar.
JJP National Principal General Secretary also stated that JJP will give pension of Rs 5100 to the male and female on the attaining the ages of 58 and 55 respectively, Rs 5100 pension for old-aged, widow and specially-abled, Rs 3000 for house mothers for care, of their new borns, Rs 8000 for sarpanch, Rs 3000 for panch, Rs 4000 for members of panchayat samitis, Rs 10000 for Zila Parishad members and Rs 5000 will be forced for nambardar.
He also told that JJP will install RO in each Village for clean water, free treatment for cancer, jaundice and hepatitis and closure of liquor vends in the villages will be ensured.
Dr Bangar said that his party will set up SC commission, Commission for Backwards Classes, loans of Rs 3 lakh to poor, specially-abled and needy persons will be given without any guarantee, country's biggest temple of Guru Ravidass in Kurukshetra and world's tallest statute of Shaheed Bhagat Singh in Jind.
He said that on the formation of JJP government, it will bring ordinance to lower the penalties under the new Motor Vehicle Act.