Trichy Charter:

05/05/2009 at 11:17 1 टिप्पणी

Trichy Charter:

  1. Essential goods should be available at an affordable price to the poor. Price hike should be brought down.
  2. Corruption in all Government Offices should be stopped and those who are doing should be punished.
  3. War in Srilanka should be stopped.
  4. Power Cuts to be minimized. Electricity shortage to be seen to.
  5. Land of the Farmers should be protected from the real estate business people.
  6. Black money should be found and those having it should be punished. Minting of money should be stopped.
  7. Providing employment for the people should be increased.
  8. Schemes which are not appropriate for the people are not needed to be passed.
  9. Those who create religious discrimination and communal violence should be punished heavily.
  10. Privatization should be completely abolished.
  11. Bride should be completely abolished.

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