Trinamool Congress released its manifesto for Tripura assembly elections on Sunday.
The manifesto focuses on welfare and social upliftment, and includes many successful schemes implemented in West Bengal.
At the manifesto launch, Trinamool Rajya Sabha MP Sushmita Dev said that the Trinamool Congress wants to implement that same vision in Tripura for the next five years, which is being followed by three-time West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Trinamool Supremo.
The manifesto includes Duare Sarkar camps at municipal ward and gram panchayat to deliver welfare schemes and services at doorsteps.
Besides, the manifesto includes a Student Credit Card to provide collateral-free loans for students pursuing higher education, Rs 1,000 for students annual scholarship for scheduled tribe and scheduled caste students studying in Classes 4 to 8 and jobs for 10,323 teachers.
Trinamool also promised to implement the Sabooj Sathi scheme – free bicycles to higher secondary students in government schools, Krishak Bandhu – Rs 10,000 annual financial assistance to 2.4 lakh farmers, Somobyathi Prakalpa – funeral assistance of Rs 2,000 to financially weaker families and Lakshmir Bhandar – basic support income for female heads of households.
Trinamool Tripura chief Pijush Kanti Biswas and various leaders from West Bengal were present in the manifesto launch. Notably, Trinamool has declared 22 candidates for assembly elections.