MANGALURU – The Congress, which is trying to retain power in Karnataka on April 27, promised to create one million jobs in the southern state during his tenure.
"Every year we want to create at least 15-20 lakh jobs in the state and provide programs for skills development, entrepreneurship promotion and increasing youth employment quotas," said the manifesto for the Assembly Election released on May 12 by Party President Rahul Gandhi in Mangalore.
Calls its 47-page manifesto a "People's Manifesto," the party said it wants to create a hut-free Karnataka and will build 50 lakh houses in rural areas of the country, at a rate of 1
Congress also said that it has undertaken to tackle the problem of urban housing challenge and suggested building 15 lakh houses (3 lakh houses per year) here.
Claiming to be the first state in the country to expand a universal health care system – "Arogya Karnataka" – said it will increase the budget for health care should increase from the current 0.9 percent to at least 1.5 percent become.
On March 2, Prime Minister Siddaramaiah unveiled the state's public health system, which will benefit around 1.43 million households by offering free treatment in state hospitals to all families below the poverty line
The party also pledged to all Class 1 to 12 students receive free education at all state schools. Currently, the state provides free primary education to all first to eighth grade children in state and state-subsidized schools.
In order to promote education for girls, Siddaramaiah, while presenting the state budget for this financial year, announced that all girls receive free education until graduation from state institutions.
All college-bound students in Karnataka receive a smartphone that adds manifesto.
Information Technology becomes a major driver According to the ruling party, government spending has grown from the current $ 60 billion to $ 300 billion
Currently, the city of Bengaluru alone has more than 750 multinationals Corporations and 2,000 IT Firms Settle Around 40 Percent of India's Total IT Exports
"We will create a talent pool to serve over 3 million IT jobs in the state through improved skills and IT-based curriculum" "added the manifesto.
o Work to make Karnataka a technology-driven, sustainable society, a global innovation hub for all sectors of the state economy and innovation capital of the world.
The manifesto represented the voice and aspirations of the people of the state. The party said Congress had reaffirmed its commitment to respect, defend and protect the pluralism of the state.
With 10 different agro-climatic zones, the state offers opportunities for higher growth in agriculture and related sectors, and thus the party will launch an initiative to develop sustainable agriculture through an agricultural corridor, production, infrastructure and industry End-to-end concept covering
The party has pledged to accelerate the Chennai-Bangalore-Chitradurga and Bangalore industrial corridors – Mumbai economic corridor, with central government support on the Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor  "Regional connectivity with roads will be enhanced to develop the first and last mile of connectivity to all villages and robust airport runway infrastructure in the state," the manifesto said.