Congress manifesto; caste census,50% jobs to be reserved for women

The Congress released its manifesto with several promises, including implementing a caste census, protecting the religious beliefs of minorities and reserving 50% of central government jobs for women. The manifesto was presented by P. Chidambaram under the name Nyaya Patra. There are 25 guarantees in the manifesto. But there is no mention of the old pension scheme, CAA, in the manifesto.

One country will be prevented from holding an election, statehood will be given to Jammu and Kashmir, reinvestigation into corruption cases closed after leaders joined BJP, daily wages will be made a minimum of Rs 400, contract appointments in government – ​​public sector jobs will be abolished, one lakh per year will be brought to the account of poor women under the Mahalakshmi scheme, Agnipat scheme will be scrapped. There are many promises in the released Congress manifesto that steps will be taken to solve the problems of street people.

Education up to class 12 will be made free and compulsory, 33 percent reservation for women in assembly elections from 2025 and 33 percent in Lok Sabha elections from 2029.

Privacy will be protected. The law will reform communication. The Election Commission will revise the law to strengthen the confidence of the voters. Anti-people laws will be revised. An inquiry will be conducted into the Electric Bonda scam and the M Care scheme. The law will be amended to prevent fake news and paid news. 10% reservation for economically backward people in forward communities will be given to all. Other promises include strict action against culprits in mob attacks, police encounters and bulldozer raj.