Tiruchirappalli Charter:

09/04/2009 at 06:17 1 टिप्पणी

Tiruchirappalli Charter:

  1. Stop privatization of healthcare and abdication of the state’s responsibility for health of citizens in the country
  2. Provide emergency interest free loans to all citizens for meeting non-health related expenditures during illness
  3. The Water Policy would be based on the premise that every living being will have the right to free drinking water.
  4. Ensure Equal Pay for Equal Work in all sectors
  5. Education and Transport should be stopped immediately
  6. Tell us in detail the plans to curb communalism and terrorism
  7. Ensure right to work and entrepreneurship support.
  8. Give the right of small produce procurement to the respective Grama Sabhas.
  9. Ensure equal political representation and participation
  10. Ensure easy access to knowledge-based information and communication for all citizens.

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