Bharatpur Charter:

28/04/2009 at 05:28 1 टिप्पणी

Bharatpur Charter:

  1. Privatization of electricity, water, sanitation and health services should be stopped.
  2. Chambal project for water supply it should be completed as soon as possible.
  3. Make apt arrangement for drinking water and irrigation.
  4. The Lake of Sujan Ganga should be renovated.
  5. The land allotment and employment should be provided to landless farmers.
  6. Agricultural and domestic electric connection should be given to deprived sections.
  7. Economy should be equitable.
  8. Ensure administrative and political accountability.
  9. Efforts should be made to improve the education status of Dalits.
  10. Ensure the security of Dalits.
  11. Ensure industrial development in Bharatpur District.
  12. Wages should be paid in time to NREGA workers.
  13. Special schemes should be launched for economic empowerment of women

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