AGARTALA: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee along with Abhishek Banerjee, TMCs national general secretary will visit Tripura, following the upcoming elections. Both the leaders are scheduled to reside in the state for two days.
On Monday, the duo would visit the Mata Tripura Sundari Temple and on Tuesday, they will join a road show rally in the state. On 5th of February, Sunday, TMC declared its manifesto which contains 42 assurance for the people of Tripura.
TMCs manifesto revolved around offering two lakh employment opportunities in the coming five years, enhancing economic prosperity, setting up establishments of varied scales, offering Rs 1000 on a monthly basis to one lakh jobless individuals across the state. The TMC announced the list of 22 candidates on 29th of January.
It is worth mentioning here that, Trinamool Congress in the upcoming election will contest 28 Assembly seats, and the counting is set to take place on 2nd of March. TMC on Sunday, revealed its aims and objectives in the presence of Rajib Banerjee, the TMC incharge of Tripura, Pijush Kanti Biswas, the Tripura TMC President along with Sushmita Dev, TMC MP.
Rajib Banerjee mentioned that, the party prepared the manifesto aligning to the Bengal Model of Development. The TMC incharge further asserts that, West Bengal is the only state across the country, which have grown tremendously in the past 11 years. Sashi Panja, the Industries Minister of West Bengal, claims that, TMC is set to introduce welfare schemes like Kanyashri and Lakkhir Bhandar, in northeast region.
Recently, over 2 lakh people has been registered under the Meghalaya Youth Empowerment (MYE) scheme initiated by the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC). The response to MYE has boosted the party to work more efficiently for the youths of Meghalaya and offer them employment security. All the youths whose name has been incorporated in the MYE scheme will get a ID card which will act as an assurance.
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