Congress Manifesto for Belagavi

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The Indian National Congress candidate for Belagavi Dr.V S Sadhunavar has released the manifesto for Belagavi.

  • Industrial Development in Belagavi Loksabha Constituency
  • Will be the Voice for Kalasa Banduri Project
  • Railway Network to Saudatti Yallama Temple
  • Providing a permanent solution for Ramdurg Taluk’s Drinking Water Problem
  • Development of Gokak falls, GodachinMalki Waterfalls as Tourist Destinations
  • Making Industrial and Educational Hub in Belagavi
  • Special Budget will be alloted from Central Government for the Development of
  • Belagavi Construction of Sports Village in Belagavi rural
  • Construction Of small barrages in Bailhongal Malaprabha river
  • Establishing IT HUB in Belagavi Cargo & International Flight Service will be started in
  • Belagavi Will be implementing Women Reservation Bill & 33% Reservation will be given for women’s in Government Jobs
  • Introducing “She Team” in Belagavi to ensure safety and Security of Women
  • The minimum Income Guarantee Plan “NYAY” for 5crore Poor families to eradicate
  • Poverty Making Existing GST as a Simple GST 3 years tax Holiday for Young
  • Entrepreneurs (Start-ups) Educational expenditure (Budget) will be increased from 3% to 6% in GDP
  • Health Budget will be increased from 1.2% to 3% in GDP
  • Will be Implementing “The Right To Health”
  • Martyrs status will be given when a member of the Para Military Forces passes away 

As of now the BJP Candidate Suresh Angadi has not yet released a manifesto for Belagavi as such.


6 thoughts on “Congress Manifesto for Belagavi”

  1. Without a plan to maintain the GDP at its current levels, and without managing the existing reservations; key items in the manifesto are difficult to achieve. And neither the central leadership nor the aspiring MPs have a plan in place.

  2. Badly written manifesto. Unless someone did not know how to copy paste with bullet points.

    Headline manifesto….no details. Nor any mentioned in campaigns.

    Where is BJP or other party manifestos ?


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