Agartala: Feb 05: Trinamool Congress wants to make Tripura a role model for the development of Bengal. So before the election with a surprise manifesto, TMC is in front of the public. Trinamool Congress has included several issues in its manifesto including education, health, industry, social projects and development of the people. West Bengal Minister Shashi Pooja announced in a press conference organized at the Pradesh Trinamool Congress office on Sunday that the Trinamool Congress in the state of Tripura wants to bring good governance. The manifesto has been published with a special focus on that.Students of the state will be given credit cards in the field of higher education to bring radical changes in the education sector. Trinamool Congress promises to create 2 lakh jobs. 50 thousand job resources will be provided in the first year itself. 1,00,000 unemployed youth will be given financial assistance of Rs.1,000 per month. 10,323 dismissed teachers will also be supported through this initiative. All government vacancies will be filled in mission mode. Uninterrupted power supply will be ensured to all houses. Every man will have a roof over his head. A Police Commissionerate will be set up at Agartala. A Kakbarak Language Center will be set up for language preservation and linguistic empowerment. Kanyashree Yojana will be launched with special emphasis on women education. It will empower women. Apart from this, Lakshi Bhandar scheme will be launched for women who are between 25 years to 60 years. Those belonging to general category will get this opportunity of Rs 6,000 per annum. Scheduled Castes will get Rs 12,000 per annum.More than one crore eighty thousand women are benefiting from its association. Rupashree project has been given place in the manifesto. Through this scheme adult girls will get 25 thousand rupees at the time of marriage. Meanwhile, Rajiv Banerjee, the party’s in-charge leader of the state, said that the Trinamool Congress is determined to earn foreign exchange as the tourism industry has great potential in Tripura. Apart from this, people are seen drinking dirty water everywhere in the villages and hills of Tripura state. So it has been decided to provide drinking water from house to house. 9,906 km of roads will be paved. Students belonging to SC, ST and OBC communities from class IV to VIII will be given an allowance of Rs 1,000. Apart from this, Kokbarak Language Center will be built. Technical Scheme University will be set up in Tripura. Every farmer family will be given a pension of ten thousand taka per year. He also said that Trinamool Congress will fulfill these promises in the government. And said the promises made by BJP in 2018 were speculations. Meanwhile, West Bengal Minister Bratya Basu said that the economic system of the country has reached the bottom. For five long years, the people of Tripura state have been suffering from scarcity. No job. Central government facilities for farmers are not even implemented.Mr. Basu expressed the hope that Tripura will become self-reliant in the future on the issues highlighted in this manifesto. Pradesh Trinamool Congress president Pijush Kanti Biswas, MP Sushmita Dev were also present in the press conference organized on this day.