20/03/2009 at 11:56 टिप्पणी करे

  1. Provide housing and potable drinking water to agricultural laborers.
  2. Improve rural health infrastructure.
  3. Improve the condition of higher and primary education in Gautam Buddha Nagar/Khurja.
  4. Quality education for Dalits’ children.
  5. To provide 20% land to the farmer for land acquisition. The land acquisition should be on the basis of market evaluation.
  6. To provide free plots to the families whose land is either acquired or given on compensation.
  7. To provide cheap pesticides and fertilizers to the farmers.
  8. Arrangement of adequate irrigation facilities.
  9. Provide minimum price to the farmer with profit.
  10. To check on corruption in government machineries.
  11. Inspections of all issued ration and BPL cards and include the names of all eligible persons in the lists.
  12. Make effort to make people representatives more accountable and responsible toward his/her works.

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Buland Shahar Robetsganj

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