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Mukesh Sharma promised hundred per cent development in Badshahpur constituency through Election manifesto today
Independent candidate from Badshahpur constituency, Mukesh Sharma announced his election manifesto today through a press conference at Ansal Plaza, Palam Vihar in Gurgaon.

Through the manifesto, he promised the people of Badshahpur to provide 100 per cent literacy, employment opportunities, empowerment of women, 24 hour electricity, medical facilities and proper transport system in the constituency after coming to power in the coming elections. 

With the fast approaching polls, the candidates have enhanced their political activities in their constituencies. They are leaving no stone unturned to garner support of the people. They are taking as many steps as they can in a short time.

Briefing the media, Mukesh said, ''My manifesto will definitely touch every citizen of Badshahpur constituency. To raise the standard of living in the area, two lakh people will be given employment. Apart from that, PG level colleges, schools for specially challenged kids, electricity round the clock, establishment for citizen information center, metro connectivity and hospitals facilities would be available for the people.''

He further added that there would be no bifurcation of castes for sake of votes, but politics of development. 65 per cent of total revenue of Haryana is generated from Gurgaon. However only 5 per cent of this revenue is spent in Gurgaon. After coming to power, he assured that he would try to spend at least 20 per cent of the revenue on development works in the district.

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