Ghosi Charter

05/03/2009 at 10:48 टिप्पणी करे

Ghosi Charter:

  1. Housing & Food Security for people living below the poverty line should be ensured
  2. The widespread corruption in the distribution of BPL cards needs to be exposed and put to an end.
  3. Mau district must be linked to the air route
  4. The growing incidence of AIDS in Mau district must be stopped
  5. Playgrounds for children must be created at the Gram Panchayat level to enable girls and boys to play
  6. To promote women’s higher education, financial support of Rs. 10,000 for High School, Rs. 20,000 for Intermediate and Rs. 30,000 for graduation must be provided
  7. Youth must be necessarily provided with employment
  8. As youth form 50 per cent of India’s population, they must be made equal partners in the political process
  9. The textile mills of Mau district must be restarted
  10. Technical education must be provided to encourage entrepreneurship



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