TMC manifesto pledges plan panel revival, note ban probe


In a sharp contrast to its 2014 manifesto, TMC chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata  Banerjee releases Trinamool Congress manifesto for the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections and announced that it was not only for the interest of the people of West Bengal but for the entire country as well.

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The manifesto is objected to focus on the national staging of its government, at the center. It will talk about the development and social schemes taken up by the Trinamool Congress since 2011 and its implementation.

Mamata Banerjee stated that TMC aims to form a political party at the center and believe to reach a goal of corruption free politics.

The manifesto is of six pages divided into two parts- one that deals with the ‘vision for India’ and the other detailing the TMC party’s ‘vision for Bengal’. Mamata Banerjee promises a secular India and upliftment of the social and economic reforms in the country. The West Bengal CM declared her manifesto as people-friendly, industry-friendly, and farmer-friendly. The manifesto was released in five languages: Bengali, English, Hindi, Nepali and Ol Chiki.

TMC Chief slammed BJP for its Demonetization, asking for judiciary custody into the step taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee promised to launch a high-level investigation into Demonetisation if the Opposition came to power at the Centre and a revival of the Planning Commission when the common minimum programme  which will be drafted by the opposition parties.

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