TMC Candidate Releases Her Own ‘policy statement’ In Meghalaya Assembly Polls

Guwahati: Elgiva Gwyneth Rynjah, a candidate for the Trinamool Congress (TMC), unveiled her “policy statement” (manifesto) for the district on February 8. A candidate for office has never before released a policy statement in Meghalaya.

According to Rynjah, the booklet was written to convey to voters her vision for the district.

She stated, “It is like a written agreement between me and the people of the constituency,” and the document will serve as a reminder of the promises she made in the event that she does not fulfill them.

She committed to launching a centre for skill development training in order to increase the employment options for young people. Other pledges include establishing a women’s hostel and a pharmacy in the district with a 20% discount on all prescription drugs, offering secure transportation to encourage more women to work, and organising regular marketplaces where women-led self-help groups can sell their wares. Anganwadi facilities will be built in North Shillong in order to ensure the safety of children. Rynjah stated, “I will guarantee the complete eradication of child labor.”

The TMC candidate added that she would make sure that all children who were not in school returned. She promised to make an effort to ascertain the causes of pupils’ leaving schools.

She announced the opening of free coaching centers for competitive exams in North Shillong. She said that multipurpose parking bays would be built in carefully chosen locations around the constituency to offer residents with adequate parking options.

Rynjah also promised community halls would be built in various constituency locales to promote “collective civilization and community participation, as mentioned in her policy statement.

Modern CCTV cameras and street lighting will be put in order to ensure the safety and security of the locals in all of North Shillong’s localities. Rynjah stated, “A resilient power supply infrastructure will be developed for optimal power distribution, ensuring uninterrupted power supply to all households.”

She stated, “Clean: The “Cleaning Our Environment and Nature” project will be launched to increase awareness of pollution, particularly in the Wahumkhrah river, and to intensify efforts to clean up rivers and streams. In addition, she promised local communities interest-free loans of up to Rs 2 lakh for the establishment of homestays and other sustainable tourism activities.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.