Asom Gana Parishad releases manifesto for general electionsMarch 23rd, 2009 - 10:14 pm ICT by ANI
Guwahati, Mar 23 (ANI): Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) president Chandra Mohan Patowary on Monday released his partys manifesto for the upcoming general elections.
Releasing the manifesto, Patowary assured the people that his party would carry the voice of the people to Parliament.
The party will work on the political solution of the insurgency problem in Assam, rooting out of fundamentalism, halting of infiltration, implement the Assam Accord, work for welfare of ethnic communities and inclusion of six agitating communities in the scheduled tribe list, the election manifesto said.
The party also promised to improve the railway services and welfare of women, children, old and economically backward people.
Patowary said that he would work on the resolution of the recurring floods and erosion problem and resolution of Assams border disputes with neighbouring states. (ANI)
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