Yadav said parents of children not going to government schools would have to give clarification for it and they would be deprived of official facilities. The manifesto proposed to make roads in Bihar toll-free for students and farmers and also proposed to provide 30 percent subsidy and sales tax concession to students for purchase of Scooty.

Janadhikar Party, which has NCP and Samajwadi Party among others, is an important constituent of the Third Front in Bihar elections. It's contesting 64 seats in the Bihar elections. Yadav cited parents of families having two girl children would be honoured and a sum of Rs 50,000 would be given for each girl child.

He also promised implementation of the Sachar Committee recommendations within three months. The manifesto talked about cancellation of licence of shops caught selling fake medicines along with a penalty of Rs 50 lakh. In the social field, it promised a Rs 10 lakh grant to those going for inter-caste marriages and a government job to the wife.

The party also promised to check expensive weddings and fixing of an upper limit of Rs 20 lakh, and if the expenditure exceeded the limit, luxury tax would be imposed on such weddings.

Bihar will witness five-phased elections between October 12 and November 5. Counting of votes will take place on November 8.

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