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Dwarka Declaration: Congress focus on youth, women, tribals, farmers

| Updated: February 27, 2022 18:11

Gujarat Congress has released the Dwarka Declaration after three days of Chintan Shibir (brain-storming session) at Dwarka. The declaration focuses on the issues of farmers, tribals, women, government employees and youth. Gujarat Congress State President Jagdish Thakor said, “we will re-implement the old pension scheme and end the fixed payment system, agricultural loans will be waived and the electricity bill of agriculture will be reduced by 50 per cent”.

Congress announced that Rs 4 lakh will be given to the kin of the corona deceased, gas cylinders will be given within Rs 500, relief in the electricity bill of residential houses and a reduction in water tax if they win the Gujarat elections. Congress also alleged that the offices of Collector and Superintendent of Police (SP) had become the office of ransom and corruption. The first cabinet of the Congress government will take action against such officers, Jagdish Thakor added.

10 Key Points of Dwarka Declaration:

1. Covid death compensation of 4 lakhs to the families.
2. Availability of gas cylinders to women in less than Rs 500.
3. Land rights to tribals and implementation of forest rights law.

4. Replacing contract jobs with permanent employment and government jobs for youth.
5. Provision of subsidized diesel for fishermen.
6. Establishment of Mahatma Gandhi Modern Model School at every taluka.
7. Agriculture related electricity bill to be reduced by 50 per cent.
8. Re-implementing the old pension scheme.
9. The existing land survey will be cancelled and re-measured.
10. Relief in the electricity bill of residential houses and reduction in water tax.

Around 550 Congress delegates participated in the 3-day conclave from February 25-27. The delegates were brainstormed on themes of price rise, state of the economy, unemployment and consequent suicides, issues concerning farmers, healthcare facilities in the state and government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic etc.

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