Prakash Ambedkar released a manifesto, and made these announcements…

Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) chief Prakash Ambedkar on monday said that if his party comes to power, it will decide not to retire contractual employees till 58 years old and bring a law for minimum selling price for farmers. Ambedkar released the manifesto of VBA for the upcoming lok sabha elections.

Big claim of VBA President

Ambedkar claimed that while the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) is being seen as an anti-Muslim law, it is also against the 20 percent Hindu community. He said that by bringing the law, bjp is cheating the Hindu voters in the country.

Prakash Ambedkar made a big announcement

He said, that if VBA comes to power, it will take a strategic decision of not retiring contract workers for 58 years and will bring a law for minimum selling price for farmers. He said the party will ensure free education from kindergarten to PG classes and will spend 9 percent of the funds on education.

Prakash Ambedkar's response to Tushar Gandhi's statement

Speaking to reporters, Ambedkar criticized mahatma Gandhi's great-grandson Tushar gandhi for his statement that the VBA should have formed an alliance with the maha Vikas Aghadi in the interest of the nation and that its move to contest the elections alone would only benefit the BJP. He said, "Mahatma gandhi, who fought for the backward classes, was pitted against the upper castes and the VBA is also doing the same thing." He said Tushar gandhi should support VBA instead of criticizing the party. VBA has announced candidates for 14 seats in the upcoming lok sabha elections.

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