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Vadodara Congress released election manifesto in form of promise letter

Promise to provide date destination with a coffee shop for youth, students, corporate and couples setting aside the basic needs has become the center of controversy In view of the municipal elections, the Congress has released it’s election manifesto in the form of a promise letter and has expressed its determination to create a wonderful […]

Vadodara Congress released election manifesto in form of promise letter
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Promise to provide date destination with a coffee shop for youth, students, corporate and couples setting aside the basic needs has become the center of controversy

In view of the municipal elections, the Congress has released it’s election manifesto in the form of a promise letter and has expressed its determination to create a wonderful Vadodara with the promise of a civilized, clean, healthy and safe Vadodara. However a promise to provide a date destination with a coffee shop for youth, students, corporate and couples become a center of controversy.

On Tuesday Congress released their manifesto ahead of the elections and promise to create a wonderful city with the promise of a civilized, clean, healthy and safe Vadodara. However a promise to provide a date destination with a coffee shop for youth, students, corporate and couples setting aside the basic needs of city has become the center of controversy.

The manifesto covers the top 10 issues including education, health, tax, iconic Vadodara. In this regard, city Congress president Prashant Patel told reporters that tricolor clinics, referral hospitals on PPP basis and multi-specialty hospitals would be set up in every ward. Private cafes are very expensive. The middle class and poor youth also have the right to entertainment.

So that every process from job to tender will be made transparent with adequate pressure clean water in the city. Facility of date destination with coffee shop and kitty party hall for youth, students, couple and corporate.

He claimed that the new board would have a Congress mayor, adding that city buses would be provided in every area and travel would be free for women and ex-army men and police. The meeting of the municipality would be telecast live.

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