Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday announced that the coronavirus vaccine will be provided free to every citizen of the state. “COVID vaccine will be provided free of cost in the state,” announced Kerala CM. He said the day saw 5,949 people turn coronavirus positive after 59,690 samples was send for testing in the past 24 hours.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee granted land rights to 25,000 refugee families and said that a total of 1.25 lakh families would be given land rights. She said that the land deed will be without any conditions, as the announcement on this was made a year ago. Mamata also allotted Rs 10 crore and Rs 5 crore grant for the Matua Development Board and Namashudra Development Board respectively.
Promise of providing free coronavirus vaccine not violation of poll code – Election Commission on BJP’s election promise
Election Commission said that it did not find Bharatiya Janata Party’s promise of providing free coronavirus vaccine in its Bihar manifesto “violative” of the provisions of the model code. The poll panel said this in response to a complaint by RTI activist Saket Gokhale who had claimed that the promise is discriminatory and a misuse of powers by the central government during elections.
If I become the CM, then in my first cabinet meet I’ll sign an order giving 10 lakh government jobs to the youth of Bihar – Tejashwi Yadav
If I become the CM, then in my first cabinet meet I’ll sign an order giving 10 lakh government jobs to the youth of Bihar. The Prime Minister is most welcome in Bihar but he should’ve given answers about the special status to Bihar, absence of factories, unemployment and other state issues.
Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy made a announcement that his government would offer free vaccination for Covid-19 for all the citizens of the Union Territory
After slamming Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for announcing free coronavirus vaccine in Bihar, the Congress government in Puducherry has made a similar announcement. Chief Minister V Narayanasamy has that his government would offer free vaccination for Covid-19 for all the citizens of the Union Territory.
Did the Chief Minister Edappadi think that the vaccine was a freebie that he would give the people – MK Stalin, DMK Chief
The Chief Minister, like a big achievement, has said that vaccines will be provided to all at the expense of the government. It is the duty of a people’s government to do such an act at the time of a pandemic. Did the Chief Minister think that the vaccine was a freebie that he would give the people? The Chief Minister, who has not shown any interest in providing Rs 5,000 financial aid to the people who are affected by the coronavirus, is staging a drama by announcing free vaccines for all.
As soon as Coronavirus vaccine is ready, it will be made available to every citizen of Madhya Pradesh for free – Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made a announcement of providing free vaccines to every citizen of the state. The chief minister shared a tweet that reads, “Coronavirus vaccine preparation work is going on fast in India. As soon as the vaccine is ready, it will be made available to every citizen of Madhya Pradesh for free.”
BJP in its manifesto has promised to provide 19 lakh jobs. With less than a week to go for the first round of polls, BJP in its manifesto, which it calls ‘Sankalp Patra’, has promised to provide almost double the number of jobs to the people of Bihar. The party has also promised to provide free of cost vaccine shots of coronavirus as soon as it is reaches the government and gets the necessary approval.
Bihar Elections: Congress has promised a monthly allowance of Rs 1,500 to each unemployed youth of the state
Congress party has promised to pass a Punjab-like farm law in Bihar, if it forms the next government, to bypass the Centre’s three contentious farm laws. In its ‘Badlav Patr’ (transformation document) released today for the upcoming Assembly elections in Bihar, the party has promised a monthly allowance of Rs 1,500 to each unemployed youth of the state.
Chirag Paswan’s party has promised free rides for women in government buses. The LJP said that it will build a web portal where employers and job seeker can connect. A Yuva Commission will be constituted. The party said that separate toilets will be constructes for women in all the block headquarters, gram panchayat headquarters and markets.
Seeking to lure voters in poll-bound Bihar, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav on Sunday promised to provide 10 lakh permanent government jobs if voted to power. “It is not just a vaada (empty promise). We will do what we have promised with mazboot iraada (firm resolve). If the RJD is able to form its government, filling up of 10 lakh posts all permanent, government jobs will be sanctioned in the very first cabinet meeting. We are not like those who achieve power with a promise of two crore jobs every year and leave Bihar bankrupt after 15 years of rule.” he said
We will provide Rs 25,000 to the girls passing intermediate exams and Rs 50,000 to unmarried girls on graduation – Nitish Kumar
We will provide Rs 25,000 to the girls passing intermediate exams and Rs 50,000 to unmarried girls on graduation. We will also work towards the clean village, prosperous village. We will create shelter homes for senior citizens in all cities across the state. Multi-storied buildings will be built to provide housing to the poor in all the cities in Bihar.